Chet Hanks has opened up about being sent to a wilderness camp in Utah in 2008 when he was dealing with addiction issues as a high school student.The 32-year-old rapper/actor, appearing on the Ivan Paychecks podcast last week, recalled how he awoke one day to see a pair of large men standing by his bed ready to take him to the camp.Chet, the son of Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, both 66, described the course of events: 'Bald heads, like military guys looking like bouncers, you know?
And I’m like, "What the f***? What the f*** is going on?" They’re like, "You’re coming with us - we could do this the easy way or the hard way."' The latest: Chet Hanks, 32, has opened up about being sent to a wilderness camp in Utah in 2008 when he was dealing with addiction issues as a high school student.
He appeared on the Ivan Paychecks podcast last weekChet, who's been seen on shows such as Empire and Shameless, said that he was taken on a nine-hour drive to south Utah, where he lived 'without a roof' and engaged in manual labor.He described the activities he engaged in during his time at the Utah wilderness camp, as he said he 'was there longer than anybody else.' Chet continued: 'They just hiked us in circles with an 80-pound pack.
There’s a lot going through your mind.'Chet noted that he was 'under observation' during the time at the camp, saying staffers there were 'psychoanalyzing you and picking you apart.' Chet said he felt like his parents Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, both 66, had been 'manipulated the whole time' due the the camp charging them an expensive daily rate.Read more on dailymail.co.uk