Comedian Eric André got serious for a moment in a recent interview where he disclosed Chet Hanks as “emotionally disturbed.” 

Andre worked with the son of Hollywood star Tom Hanks on his comedic variety show, The Eric André Show. He spoke with Rolling Stone about how problematic Hanks, who often goes by “Chet Haze,” was on the set. 

“Chet Hanks was a tough cookie,” he said. “He broke our crew. It felt like Rust. He broke us down.” 

The comedian the experience to Alec Baldwin’s western film, which was shut down because of cinematographer Halyna Hutchins’s death on the set. His comparing Hanks and the tragic accident alluded to the dangerous environment he created for the cast and crew on set. 

André disclosed some of the chaos the self-proclaimed rapper brought with his presence.

“[Chet] is… emotionally disturbed,” he said. “He stole a motorcycle and rode it around. He almost knocked a bunch of grips and gaffers off their ladders. It was very dangerous. He tried to prank us back, but we edited out all his bulls**t!”

The Comedy Central alum questioned how Hanks avoided the good genes his brother Colin seems to have in excess, asking, “He’s not well. How did Colin Hanks come out so good and Chet Hanks come out so bad?”

Hanks, the son of Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, has received criticism online and has been described as the epitome of a “nepo baby.”

Hanks has made some headway in his acting career with roles in Empire, Greyhound and the Showtime drama, Your Honor.

Although his efforts, the 32-year-old is often embroiled in controversy, showing him in a negative light. He’s previously been accused of cultural appropriation on videos speaking in a Jamaican accent, verbally abusing his ex-girlfriend and using the N-word.

In the Rolling Stone interview, Andre also mentioned how Hanks was inappropriate with his former classmate, Ziwe.

He claimed the actor attempted to sleep with her.

The 32-year-old was a guest on Ziwe’s talk show last year when she took him to task about his appropriation and outlandish behavior.