Tom Hanks' son trashed a hotel room in London (allegedly), and is being sought by British police. According to Mail Online, Chester Hanks, 24, has gotten himself in quite a bit of trouble after allegedly causing over $1,500 in damage to his room at the four-star Arora International hotel.
The aspiring rapper has been in trouble quite a bit in recent years and has struggled with drugs.
Sources say that Hanks was in town for a nightclub appearance, and he had been drinking much of the night.
"He was pretty obnoxious once he started drinking at the club. He kept saying 'do you know who I am?'" a source said. Hanks went to his hotel shortly after with a friend and three women. Hours later, the hotel room was found destroyed.
"He asked the girls if they would join him in the bed, but they are not like that. So he started screaming and making a right noise. He saw some sprinkled make-up and started asking 'who's got the coke?' But nobody did drugs there," the source added.
Tom Hanks' son trashed the room -- perhaps not by himself -- and then left without saying a word to anyone. It sounds like this may have been a relapse of sorts, as Chester recently admitted to getting help for his addiction issues.
"I've been struggling with substance abuse since I was 16 years old. Finally at the age of 24 I decided to get some help,' he wrote in the post. With 50 days of sobriety under my belt, I can honestly say I'm the happiest I've ever been. I'm thankful for my family and everybody that cares about me, including my fans. I've been blessed with the programs of AA and NA which allow me to rise above this disease. I'm learning to accept my faults and be OK with being human. If anybody that sees this struggles with addiction, feel free to reach out," he wrote on Instagram back in November.
According to the Philadelphia Daily News, Tom Hanks has allegedly spoken out about the allegations made against his son, calling the reports "slanderous bold-faced [lies]."
As previously reported by the Inquisitr, Chester was recently under fire for using the "n word" in his rap songs.
"[Chet] feels that he can express anything and any word he needs to in his songs, but numerous people disagree with the rapper, stating that a white person has no business using racial slurs in any context," reports the Inquisitr.
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