Earlier last year, several women came forward with allegations of emotional abuse, manipulation and rape against Armie Hammer, all of which the actor has denied.
Following the Vanity Fair revelations, he also published a lengthy account of his oil family's dark, often violent history.
But it seems we're not done exploring the depths of Hammer's violent tendencies, nor are we done exploring his lineage:
both are the subject of a three-part documentary series called House of Hammer that aired on Discovery+ this fall.
The trailer, which dropped on Wednesday, looks absolutely terrifying.
In it, two of Hammer's exes, Courtney Vucekovich and Julia Morrison, talk about how the actor seduced them and read the messages he allegedly sent them about tying them up and being cannibals.
One message Morrison said he sent read: "I have an idea of someone proving their love and devotion and tying them up in a public place.
and using their body loose and tanned - let's see if they have sex with strangers for me. "
The trailer's most jarring moment comes in the form of a voiceover, presumably provided by one of his exes.
In which Hammer talks about a bet that involves "showing up at your place and completely tying you up and not your can and he'll do whatever it takes.
" I want every hole in your body until I'm done with you."
There's also a clip of Vucekovich describing what a sexual encounter with Hammer sounds like: "The ropes are around your neck, your wrists, your ankles, and you're completely immobilized.
I just closed my eyes until it was over."
Armie's aunt, Casey Hammer, who provided much of the intelligence in the Vanity Fair piece, is also featured prominently.
There were reports last year that he had signed on to develop the series, and the trailer shows that he shares some of the same details he revealed in the reveal.
"You don't wake up and become this dark, controlling, abusive person," he said.
“This behavior is deeply ingrained.
He added: "Every generation of my family has been involved in bad deeds and it's getting worse and worse."
House of Hammer will air in three parts and premiere on Discovery+ on September 2.