Tom Hanks' son Chet Hanks who is currently celebrating the success of White Boy Summer is in the news for all the wrong reasons. As per the latest reports, Chet Hanks' alleged girlfriend Kiana Parker has sued him on the charges of assault, battery and infliction of emotional distress. As per civil lawsuit obtained by PEOPLE, she has sued him for $1 Million and made some harrowing allegations against him. Parker's D'Angelo Lowe and Kevin Murray in a press conference Fort Bend County Justice Center in Richmond, Texas mentioned that Chet was a danger to Parker.
Kevin Murray reportedly said, "This is about violence within the confines of a relationship between a man and a woman, a man who mentally and physically and psychologically battered Kiana Parker." In the affidavit received by PEOPLE, Parker reportedly mentioned an incident that happened in October 2020. She said, " [Chet] grabbed me by the wrist forcefully pulled me into him telling me we were going back to the [hotel] room." She even reportedly mentioned that Chet got abusive with her and inflicted hurt.
Parker's lawyer Lowe in a press conference demanded justice for her and said, "If this were a Black man that committed these same violent acts towards a white woman or a Black woman, for that matter, Chet Hanks would've been charged right now. Instead he has not been charged and has made a mockery of Black women in the criminal justice system by proclaiming that it's going to be a 'white boy summer' and a 'Black queen summer' while knowing he mentally and physically abused a Black queen. We want justice for Kianna Parker."
It was just last month that Chet accused his girlfriend of theft, assault, conversion and battery and filed a lawsuit against her. (Also Read: Tom Hanks To Host Primetime Inauguration Of US President-Elect Joe Biden And VP Kamala Harris; 90-Min Program To Air On Jan 20-REPORT)
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