Chester, also known as Chet, is the self-proclaimed "black sheep" of his family as he has been known for publicly battling addiction and other personal issues. With his father as America's sweetheart (Tom Hanks), and of course having a famous mother as well (Rita Wilson) he must feel that he has a lot to live up to and he fully acknowledges it. He previously battled cocaine and crack addiction, trashed a hotel room, and had several visits to rehab centers through the years. Now, he's found himself in a new controversy as he used a fake Jamaican accent in a video after the results of the U.S. election came through. Chet Hanks is known for getting himself into controversy View this post on Instagram A post shared by \ud835\uddd6\ud835\udddb\ud835\uddd8\ud835\udde7 \ud835\udddb\ud835\uddd4\ud835\udde1\ud835\uddde\ud835\udde6 (@chethanx) This isn't the first time he's found himself in the middle of controversy. He actually faked a Jamaican accent at a Golden Globes event as his dad was presented with the Cecil B. DeMille award. \u201cBIG UP FIMI WHOLE FAMILY SOON COM AT DI AWARDS NA SEEN,\u201d Chester captions the clip. \u201cCHUNE IN.\u201d This was, of course, met with a lot of backlash as people slammed him for his "white privilege" and cultural appropriation. RELATED: Tom Hanks\u2019 Son, Chet, Talks About Life Being The Son Of Such A Beloved Actor Turning his life around There was also a time where he posted a new song called "Juice" where he used the N-word, and shortly after, defended his use of the word. \u201cThe way I see it, it\u2019s a word that unifies the culture of HIP-HOP across ALL RACES, which is actually kind of a beautiful thing," he says at the time. He disappeared soon after and came back to reassure his followers he was fine and had been in rehab. \u201cI just want to let you all know, I\u2019ve been in rehab \u2026 and I\u2019m doing pretty damn good. A couple months ago I was selling coke, doing coke until I couldn\u2019t even snort it up my nose anymore because it was so clogged. I\u00a0even smoked crack. If I can change, you can change. There is a solution.\u201d View this post on Instagram A post shared by \ud835\uddd6\ud835\udddb\ud835\uddd8\ud835\udde7 \ud835\udddb\ud835\uddd4\ud835\udde1\ud835\uddde\ud835\udde6 (@chethanx) He has, however, expressed how much he loves and admires his parents. Chet previously called his parents the \u201cbest people ever." He continues, \u201cI love my parents so, so much. They did a really good job raising me. Great dad, great mum. I\u2019m extremely blessed just to have great parents.\u201d Chet has also stated that his daughter has inspired him to keep clean, stay sober, and live a better life.