CHESTER 'Chet' Hanks is wanted by British police for smashing up a hotel room.
The 24-year-old rapper - who is the son of 'Forrest Gump' actor Tom Hanks - reportedly caused £1,200 worth of damage to the four-star room at Gatwick Airport, just outside of London, after three women refused to sleep with him.
After partying at a club in the capital, a source told the Sunday Mirror newspaper: "He then went back to the hotel with a British actor friend and three female promoters. He was sick in the car park and then went up to the room and got really loud.
"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 called banana powder and started asking 'who's got the coke?' But nobody did drugs there.
"Then he started shouting that he was not going to share it with another man.
"Then all you could hear was this smashing and crashing. Next morning he was gone but the room was trashed. Everything was smashed and there was glass all over the floor."
The news comes just days after wannabe hip-hop star - who admitted in November he has battled substance abuse since the age of 16 - allegedly had his Instagram account suspended for using the n-word, hitting back in a separate post insisting he didn't do anything wrong because he believes in "FREE SPEECH (sic)."
Regarding the hotel room drama - which Chester has reportedly rejected as "a slanderous bold-faced lie" - a Sussex Police spokesman said: "A guest has caused an estimated £1,200 of damage to a hotel room.
"We have been given the name of the suspect, a 24-year-old man from the USA. We are working with other agencies to try to trace him so he can be interviewed."