Entertainment Disney Plus appears to have pulled Armie Hammer's 'Running Wild with Bear Grylls' episode from its streaming platform
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On Thursday, Hammer was accused of rape and battery by a 24-year-old woman.A source, meanwhile, tells ET, "Elizabeth is horrified to hear the most recent allegations against Armie. Her number one priority is her kids and she wants to make sure that her children feel loved and taken care of during all of this.
- Viewers noticed that an episode of "Running Wild with Bear Grylls" guest-starring Armie Hammer is missing from Disney Plus.
- The 2019 episode featured Hammer cave diving with Grylls in Sardinia.
- Hammer has been dropped from several projects following rape allegations. He has denied all accusations.
An episode where Armie Hammer guest-stars on Bear Grylls' survival show, "Running Wild with Bear Grylls," appears to have been removed from the Disney Plus streaming platform.
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On Sunday night, Disney Plus viewers spotted that the episode was no longer available.
A photo taken by Insider on Sunday shows the missing episode in season five of the National Geographic series. Programming skips from episode four, featuring actor Rob Riggle, to episode six, starring former WWE world champion Dave Bautista.
The episode, which aired in 2019, features the actor and Gryllsoff the coast of Sardinia, an island in Italy. Together, they go and rock climbing. At one point in the episode, Grylls instructs Hammer to the duo caught in the wild.
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Disney Plus and Hammer's representatives did not immediately respond to a request for comment from Insider.
In January, private DMs that Hammer allegedly sent to several unidentified women were circulated online. The DMs spawned claims that the actorand wanted to . A from March revealed Hammer's and detailed .
Hammerin February, calling the claims "bullshit." He did not respond to the Vanity Fair exposé.
that Hammer had been accused by a woman of rape and "other acts of violence." The woman, who wanted to be known only as "Effie," made the allegations on March 18 in a press conference. Hammer denied these accusations the next day through a statement released by his attorney, Andrew Brettler.
Armie Hammer exits Cold War thriller Billion Dollar Spy in the wake of rape allegation
Armie Hammer has been dropped from the Cold War thriller 'Billion Dollar Spy' in the wake of controversy and accusations of sexual assault. © Mike Coppola/Getty Images Armie Hammer has been dropped from the Cold War thriller 'Billion Dollar Spy' in the wake of controversy and Hammer has been dropped from the Cold War thriller Billion Dollar Spy, which hails from filmmaker Amma Asante and will star Mads Mikkelsen, EW has learned. The company behind the film, Walden Media, did not immediately respond to EW's request for comment.
"From day one, Mr. Hammer has maintained that all of his interactions with [Effie] - and every other sexual partner of his for that matter - have been completely consensual, discussed and agreed upon in advance, and mutually participatory," Brettler said in a statement emailed to Insider in March.
that the actor "is the main suspect in an alleged sexual assault investigation initiated in February 3 of this year."
Hammer has beenfollowing the sexual assault accusations. Included among those are films like " "; Paramount's "The Offer," a series about the making of "The Godfather"; and the romantic comedy "Shotgun Wedding" with Jennifer Lopez. The actor has also
Hammer has a few upcoming projects that were filmed before the scandal, including "" The film's release has been delayed to February 2022, due to COVID-19 theater closures.
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