Jackass Star Bam Margera Missing From Florida Rehab Center

Earlier this year, Fooled forever hit theaters and saw the return of nearly every star from the series and the first three films. Sadly, Bam Margera was fired from the production after allegedly breaking a ‘welfare agreement’. Margera then filed a lawsuit against the production company and several of her co-stars, but the suit was dropped in April. According to a new report from TMZMargera has now disappeared from a Florida rehab center for the second time in two weeks.

According to the report, police are looking for Margera who is in a court-mandated rehabilitation center. The Donkey The star was last seen Saturday night in Deerfield Beach, Florida, after leaving the LifeSkills residential facility without permission. Margera previously left the facility on June 13, saying he was unhappy with their services and planned to check in elsewhere. The stuntman was found a few days later at a hotel in Delray Beach. “We were told that he had been off his medication for several days, and his team were concerned that he might relapse,” TMZ writing. “Sources close to Bam tell us that the reason he left rehab was partly due to his separation from his wife.”

The break between Margera and her former Donkey collaborators went public last year after the star revealed he had been fired from Fooled forever. Margera’s lawsuit alleged that while he was in rehab in 2019, Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze approached him with a ‘welfare deal’ that would hang his attendance at the fourth Donkey film. The deal would have seen him undergo “countless breathalyzer tests and urinalysis” as a test of means to keep his job on any future. Donkey projects. Margera claimed he did not violate the terms of that agreement, but was fired anyway following a positive drug test for Adderall, which he claims he had a prescription for.

Asked by Variety if he was surprised by Margera’s trial, Knoxville replied: “Yes and no. Because it is in such a way that anything is possible. So something is going to break your heart – but it won’t. may not shock.”

“We want Bam to be happy and healthy and to get the help he needs,” Knoxville previously said in an interview with QG. “We tried to push this forward. I think that’s all I really want to say about it…I don’t want to go public back and forth with Bam. I just want him to get better.”

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