Known for being part of Jackass, Bam Margera is back in the spotlight. The professional skateboarder and actor had escaped rehab for the second time and is now headed to a third and new treatment center.
After he was reported missing, police and a crisis intervention team found Bam Margera after he escaped from rehab. This is already the second time that the member of Jackass he absconds from a treatment center in less than a month.
As reported by TMZ, Margera He was safe at a hotel in Deerfield Beach, Florida, where police showed up along with an intervention group that included the skateboarder’s mother and father. Apparently, the 42-year-old star insisted on seeing her four-year-old son, phoenix wolfbut was told that he needed treatment first before he could see him.
After speaking with his family, Margera he voluntarily agreed to check into a new rehabilitation center. However, according to the aforementioned media, the member of Jackass he would be worried that he will never see his son again if he stays in rehab and that is why he left in the first place.
For those who didn’t know, last weekend Bam Margera He had disappeared from a rehabilitation center in Florida and, as we told you above, this is the second time in two weeks that this has happened.
The first case was on June 13, where Margera He left a rehabilitation center in Delray Beach, Florida, without authorization. As reported, the star of Jackass He had allegedly told the facility manager that he was going to leave the facility to check in at a different facility, but then police were unable to locate him. Two days later, Margera he was found in a hotel room in Florida and taken to another rehabilitation center. The following weekend the same thing happened.
Bam Margera suffered from substance and alcohol use problems since the program of Jackass in mtv launched him to fame in the early 2000s. Last year, while the movie Jackass 4 was in production, he had said the installment’s producers forced him to go to a drug rehab center to take part in the film, but the treatment left him suicidal.
After that, the director of Jackass (Jeff Tremaine) won the request for a civil harassment restraining order against Bam Margera. Tremaine had testified in court that the actor had sent him death threats for months. Now, the restraining order is still in force and would expire on June 15, 2024.