More information has surfaced about Bam Margera‘s headline-making rehab stint from last month.
According to new reports by Page Six, a recently obtained 911 call revealed that the “Jackass” star had attacked a woman in his hotel while he was high on cocaine.
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In the recording, the unidentified caller who claimed he was at Margera’s hotel for a “pick-up order” reported to authorities that those present in the room were using cocaine. Then reporting the alleged physical assault, the caller said:
“He attacked her, grabbed her breast, and she said she thinks he tore her implant.”
The caller shared that they were two women present in the room with Margera, one who was described as a prostitute and the other a minder, someone whose job is to look after Margera.
The caller noted that the woman the famous skateboarder attacked was in her 50s or early 60s. He also alleged that Margera was highly under the influence and exhibiting severe psychosis.
In addition, the caller mentioned to authorities that the television personality has some mental issues.
Margera’s Team Deny Accusations
Following the released 911 call, Margera’s team reached out to Page Six and denied the accusations. The representative of the filmmaker said:
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The 911 call is demonstrably and utterly false. Bam was with his aunt in the hotel room. She is a 65-year-old woman, who is clean and sober
The representative declared that Margera had no charges pressed against him and was escorted to rehab by the police, proving that the 911 call was fabricated.
The rep stood by the initial reason Margera was taken to rehab and claimed that the allegations were probably raised by “people who have an ax to grind against Bam in his lawsuit against Paramount.”
The stunt performer’s team promised to investigate the accusations and take legal actions against the perpetrator once they’ve gotten to the bottom of the case.
Margera’s Side Of The Story
As The Blast previously reported, Margera was arrested and taken to an Arizona facility for treatment following a disturbance incident on September 26.
It was reported that Margera had threatened to jump off a bridge, so authorities were called to his location at the Don CeSar Resort Hotel in St. Pete Beach.
After receiving treatment and being released for outpatient treatment, the Pennsylvania native addressed the situation.
Margera claimed he was taken to rehab after a loved one reported him to authorities after seeing him with a drink in his hand at a casino in Florida. He also described the suicide attempt as a misunderstanding.