He’s the son of Crocodile Dundee star Paul Hogan who has been in the headlines for all the wrong reasons.
And despite his
Hitting back: Chance Hogan (pictured), 19, denied being ‘a satanic devil worshipper’ on Monday after posting troubling pictures online and vomiting in a street in LA
He added: ‘It’s like, ‘Hey, you’re that Satanist drug-taking evil guy, right?”
Observers could be forgiven however for thinking the young Hogan takes an interest in the occult.
Chance’s Instagram page is filled with disturbing selfies showing the musician pulling strange faces, including one in which he has an upside down cross drawn on his forehead.
Not true: Speaking to Woman’s Day on Monday about media coverage of his parents Paul and Linda Kozlowski’s divorce, Chance (pictured) said: ‘It’s like I’m a satanic devil worshipper and my parents hate eachother, none of that’s true’
In several other pictures, the satanic ‘Devil’s number’ 666 is displayed, including one within a drawing of an inverted Christian crucifix.
He captioned that particular photo: ‘Carving s**t into tables.’
Chance’s comment to Woman’s Day comes after pictures emerged of the young man violently vomiting into a street in May this year.
Unusual: Chance’s Instagram page is filled with disturbing selfies showing the musician pulling strange faces
He was spotted vomiting on a street corner in Los Angeles.
The troubled 19-year-old threw up violently against a tree after performing with his punk rock band Rowdy P at the TRiP bar in Santa Monica.
The aspiring singer was seen crouching down and holding his head in hands in photos that have reportedly left his famous father ‘shattered’.
Interesting: Observers could be forgiven however for thinking the young Hogan takes an interest in the occult
Family focus: Chance (middle) is the son of actor Paul Hogan (right)
‘Carving s**t into tables’: Chance posted a picture to his Instagram account of a drawing of an inverted Christian crucifix with the numbers 666 inside it
Chance had just finished a 30-minute concert when he walked away from his mystery blonde companion to throw up outside.
He appeared somewhat disoriented as he leaned up against a wall, before doubling over in the street.
Earlier in the evening, Chance had delivered an energetic performance during which he made a joke about his famous parents Paul and Linda, who divorced when he was 15.
Chance, who is below the legal drinking age in America, had reportedly asked a member of the bar staff for some water while on stage.
When he was handed a glass of water, sources claimed Chance told the crowd: ‘Better late than never. That’s what my parents said about my birth!’
Partying too hard? Paul Hogan’s wayward teenage son Chance was spotted vomiting on a street corner in Los Angeles in May
Distressed: The troubled 19-year-old threw up violently against a tree after performing with his punk rock band Rowdy P at the TRiP bar in Santa Monica