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100+ Star Children That Are Really Good For Nothing!! They Should Seek Rehab Treatment Or Psychiatric Care

Star kids are usually born with silver spoons unless their parents are abusive or don’t care much about them. Unlike most of us, many famous kids didn’t have to put a lot of effort to earn their livelihoods. They get pretty much everything they could wish for, so some of these kids end up burning a lot of money for alcohol and banned substances and nearly get themselves all screwed up. Here are 112 good-for-nothing celebrity kids who have lost themselves — and might even need some assistance with drug and alcohol addiction rehab for their mental problems.

#1. Chet Hanks (Son of Tom Hanks)

It is undoubtedly shameful and embarrassing for Tom Hanks to have a son who is helplessly addicted to banned substances. Chet got admitted to a drug rehab some time back, and before he checked in there, he even got into an automobile accident, for which faced charges after inflicting physical and emotional injuries.

#2. Indio Downey (Son of Robert Downey, Jr.)

Indio Downey struggled with his drug addiction and was also sent to a drug and alcohol addiction by his famous father. He was also arrested for possessing drugs. The apple doesn’t fall too far from the tree.

#3. Weston Cage (Son of Nicolas Cage)

Weston Cage once had to check himself into a drug rehab for banned substance abuse. He was also detained on domestic violence charges.

#4. Jaycee Chan (Son of Jackie Chan)

Jaycee Chan had to go to a drug rehab for six months after getting caught red-handed with drugs during a surprise raid.

#5. Stephanie Rose Bon Jovi (Daughter of Jon Bon Jovi)

Stephanie had a run-in with law enforcement officers in Northern New York when she was spotted possessing illegal drugs, the same time that she was hospitalized for a drug overdose. Shortly after recovering, she got arrested again on misdemeanor charges.


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