TV star Bam Margera has been arrested for domestic violence after allegedly kicking a woman just weeks after his former co-star gave him a sobriety warning.
The former Jackass member was taken into custody after cops learned of a domestic dispute at a home in Escondido, Calif., authorities told TMZ.
A woman told police that Bam kicked her.
Bam was arrested and charged with bodily harm to a current or former spouse, cohabitant, dating partner or other relative.
The status of the woman’s relationship with Bam is unclear at this time as the woman told cops he was her “husband”.
But, TMZ’s sources said the alleged victim is not Bam’s ex-wife, Nikki Boyd, but rather his current girlfriend.
This alleged incident happened just weeks after TV comedian Steve-O told Bam he was preparing for the death of his longtime friend.
The two got into a huge social media tiff where Steve-O claimed that Bam, 43, was out of the wagon and on a dangerous downward spiral.
The fight began moments after Steve-O welcomed Bam and his five-year-old son to the stage on the first leg of his comedy tour.
Bam, a professional skateboarder whose real name is Brandon, recently had a near-death experience after suffering multiple seizures following a Covid diagnosis.
Luckily, the two were able to come together on stage in an emotional union despite being fired from Jackass in 2020 due to failing a drug test.
While the two were buddies onstage, Bam shared a photo later that night of Johnny Knoxville, himself and Steve-O that appears to reveal a real rift between the two.
“One arm is a best friend who’s had my f*****g all along, another arm is a poser,” he wrote in the post.
“A pro creation thief.”
He also talked about Jackass series co-creator Jeff Tremain, who says he’s “too greedy to fit” in the photo.
Bam said he tattooed the phrase “f**k jeff” on his body a long time ago “because I knew who you were all along.”
He ended the fiery caption with “@steveo lots of love and respect.”
In a now-deleted comment, Steve-O slammed his friend for giving the opportunity to hang out with his son and accused him of “loading up” after the show.
“You say you want to have a relationship with your son, but your actions guarantee the exact opposite will happen,” he wrote in the deleted post, per TMZ.
“I took you on tour with me in hopes that I could show you what is possible for you if you choose recovery.
“I tried everything I could, but I can’t force you to be honest and do the recovery work.”
Steve-O added that he “prepared” for the news of Bam’s death and hated having to.
“You are dying bro and it sucks there is nothing I can do to save you,” the heartbroken friend wrote.
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