Armie Hammer is seeking professional help for a number of personal problems.
According to various sources who spoke to Vanity Fair.
The ‘Call Me By Your Name’ actor left the Cayman Islands, where he remained for much of the quarantine, to enter a center to treat his “drug, alcohol and sex problems,” three anonymous sources told the outlet.
He reportedly arrived at the Grand Cayman airport on Saturday 29 May to depart for the first time since he was charged with rape in March, a charge he denies.
Hammer entered the treatment center on Monday, May 31, and has been a patient for about a week, two sources told Vanity Fair, adding that he has the support of his ex-wife, Elizabeth Chambers, and her family.
Hammer and Chambers publicly announced their divorce last summer.
A source close to Chambers told E! News that, a couple of years ago, the actor confessed to having cheated on her more than once.