Naturally Armie Hammer can manage stripes.
The Call Me by Your Name star shocked a few of his fans Tuesday when, apropos of absolutely nothing, he chose to share his mug shot on Instagram. “It might not be Thursday, but this throwback seems worth it…” Hammer composed. “#godblesstexas.” Responding a fan account’s remark, the 31- year-old star confessed that “prison jumpsuits are not known for their fashion…or comfort.”
And “let’s be honest,” he informed Andrew Gray McDonnell— it’s “probably not the last mug shot.” Geotaggging the Sierra Blanca checkpoint in Texas, Hammer likewise tagged his pal, Ashton Ramsey, in the picture. “Who takes a good mug sot photo at 4 a.m.?” Ramsey questioned. The star responded, “You were there!! The photo you took through the glass as a lot more haggard.”
In November 2011, Hammer was jailed in Sierra Blanca, Texas, for ownership of cannabis. At the time, authorities declared they discovered one pot brownie and 3 pot cookies. District attorneys later on dropped the case, considering that the star apparently had a really percentage of real cannabis.
In the end, Hammer invested a day in prison and paid $1,000 bond.
The arrest happened soon prior to he got a 2012 SAG Awards election for his supporting function in J. Edgar His mug shot appeared simply prior to the event, Hammer was able to brush it off on the red carpet. “What you didn’t see is there was a makeup crew there, really, to do the whole thing,” the star joked in an interview with Access Hollywood “I got 8 hours of sleep that night– I was fresh dealt with. It absolutely was not 5: 45 in the early morning.”
Later in 2012, Hammer informed TMZ, “There’s a million sides to every story. I can’t go into it. In 90 days, I can go into it, and I’ll tell you all about it. I think Texas is one of those places where you don’t want to mess around, period, with anything. Let’s just say I’ve learned my lesson. All I can say is that in Texas, a little bit’s enough.” hen he appeared on Conan in 2013, he remained mum. “I’m not allowed to talk about it,” he stated. “Well, I’m not expected to speak about it.” With some pressing, he did share a little more. “It was a long time ago. It was a misunderstanding of laws and interstate laws vs. state laws, and apparently federal laws supersede state laws,” he stated with a laugh. “Who knew? Let’s just say it was a great learning experience of the legal system.”