Bam Margera Says He's Sober, Hints at Trouble with Skateboard Sponsor
Bam Margera is getting a lot off his chest while receiving treatment for issues with alcohol.
The "Jackass" star posted a message Sunday of an entry he hand wrote in a journal.
"I have spent enough time grieving over Ryann Dunn through Alcohol," Margera wrote, referring to his late friend and co-star who died in 2011 during a fiery car wreck.
Margera continued, "I'm 30 years old, the party is over. I don't plan on drinking anymore. I have wasted too much time at the bar and all my friends who needed decades of help are now all sober."
The star recently checked himself back into a treatment facility near San Francisco, and plans on staying for the next month.
Margera then switches gears and appears to hint at problems with his longtime skating sponsor, Element.
"I'm not going to s*ck anyone's d*ck to stay on element and or prove that I am sober. I am sober," Margera wrote, adding, "So keep printing BAM decks or don't."
Bam was part of Element back in the early days of his skating career, and after leaving for a while reconnected with them in 2017 to reprint some of his old boards.
It's unclear if they gave him an ultimatum about going to rehab, but Margera is clearly upset with the company over issues with alcohol.