Courtney Vucekovich Biography
Courtney Vucekovich is the FLASHD app founder and CEO. FLASHD is DFW’S premiere on-demand beauty and photography app with services from 6 am-11 pm. She is also a business development director at ForeSight Service Group, Inc.
Courtney Vucekovich Age
She is 30 years old as of 2020.
Courtney Vucekovich Education
She has a bachelor’s degree in Mass Communications from Texas Tech University.
Courtney Vucekovich FLASHD App
Courtney is the founder and CEO of FLASHD, a DFW’S premiere on-demand beauty and photography app with services from 6 am-11 pm. Services are seamlessly booked through the Flashd App.
She is also a Business Development Director for in-house F&I Products and Reinsurance for new and used car franchise dealerships. Her responsibilities include: Complete customization of F&I products for dealer, installation and training of products, general sales for all ancillary, VSC & GAP products. In charge of marketing material (at no cost to the dealer) & can provide comparative savings analysis VS current provider.
Courtney Vucekovich and Armie Hammer
According to Page Six, Courtney had a brief romance with “Call Me by Your Name” star, Armie Hammer. Page Six reported that an insider confirmed that they in fact dated but they have since broken up. They were rumors that they were living together in the California desert this summer after he appeared in several of her Instagram photos, but the source said that was not true.
In September Armie was rumored to be dating Jessica Ciencin Henriquez, Josh Lucas ex after they were spotted dining at West Hollywood restaurant Mamma Osteria in September 2020. Armie was married to Elizabeth Chambers but they separated in July 2020. Chambers later filed for divorce citing irreconcilable differences. They share two children, 5-year-old daughter Harper and 3-year-old son Ford.
Armie Hammer Cannibal
According to Page Six, Courtney alleged that Armie Hammer wanted to ‘barbecue and eat’ her ribs.
“He said to me he wants to break my rib and barbecue and eat it. ‘F–k that was weird,’ but you never think about it again. He says, ‘I want to take a bite out of you.’ If I had a little cut on my hand, he’d like suck it or lick it. That’s about as weird as we got.”
The allegations came after Hammer became the center of a viral cannibal fury when direct messages he allegedly sent describing rape fantasies and cannibalism went viral. In one of the messages he allegedly asked a partner if he could “cut off one of your toes and keep it with me in my pocket so I always had a piece of you in my possession.” In another, he allegedly described himself as “100 per cent a cannibal.”
Courtney couldn’t verify if the messages were legit but she said she wasn’t surprised as Hammer “likes the idea of skin in his teeth.” She added that their relationship was weird, gross and emotionally abusive.
“He enters your life in such a big way. He’s such a captivating person. He has such a presence and he’s aware of that and he uses it in such a way that most women would think, ‘Oh my gosh, this is amazing,’ but especially young women, that’s kind of the scary part — how good he is at active manipulation and making you feel like he’s never felt this way about anybody.
He quickly grooms you in the relationship. He kind of captivates you and while being charming, he’s grooming you for these things that are darker and heavier and consuming. When I say consuming, I mean mentally, physically, emotionally, financially, just everything.
He sucks out all the goodness you have left. That’s what he did to me. I gave and gave and gave until it hurt.”
She added that he “did some things with me that I wasn’t comfortable with. For God knows what reason, he convinced me that these things were OK and he put me in some dangerous situations where I was not OK, where he was heavily drinking, and I wasn’t drinking that way and it scared me. I didn’t feel comfortable. You end up doing things that are very out-of-character for you, including sex acts.”
She said the relationship ended afterthey had a fight and Hammer left. She alleged that after the relationship ended she checked herself into a 30-day partial hospitalization program for PTSD and trauma.
“I didn’t want to carry that into my future. As a strong mental health advocate, I knew that this relationship was something I needed to process with help from people who specialize in trauma and PTSD. That is my experience.”
Courtney Vucekovich Instagram
Her Instagram page is set on private.