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Armie Hammer’s movers leave behind rope-bound mannequin in LA

Armie Hammer quietly vacated the swanky LA home he used to share with his estranged wife, Elizabeth Chambers, “under the cover of night” over the weekend, as a source told Page Six.

But it’s less what “trucks and a gaggle of movers … working well after midnight and lit only by flashlights” took and more what they left that’s drawing eyes to the property today. To wit: what appears to be a female mannequin torso stuffed in the trash.

Trash found outside of Armie Hammer’s former home in LA.SplashNews.com

Closer inspection of the detritus reveals that the mannequin appears to be bound in some sort of decorative manner …

Trash left post-move outside Armie Hammer’s LA home.SplashNews.com

… and those of you well-versed in Hammer’s eccentricities at this point will recall that one of the hashtags the 34-year-old actor was seen to follow on Instagram was “shibari,” a form of Japanese rope bondage.

Hammer and Chambers’ seven-bedroom, six-bathroom property first hit the market in September for $5.8 million after Hammer and Chambers, 38, announced their split. A month later, they reduced the price to $5.3 million and then decreased it again in December.

Hammer has been accused of abusive and cannibalistic fantasies by a string of former lovers. Amid the allegations over his behavior, the “Call Me By Your Name” star has been dropped by his talent agency, WME, and has left a slew of upcoming projects.