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Bam Margera Still Posting on Social Media, Even From Rehab

By Daniel Goldblatt

Bam Margera has his demons and social media just might be one of them.

The "Jackass" star checked into another rehab facility on Thursday, which he shared with his fans alongside a cute photo of him and a small dog.

"Emotional puppy support at wavelengths treatment! Warren Boyd rules!" he captioned the photo.


Wavelengths Recovery is an addiction treatment center in Huntington Beach, California and Warren Boyd is its CEO and founder. "The Cleaner," a drama on A&E that starred Benjamin Pratt, is based on his life.

Bam then posted a photo of himself with a pledge to get better. He captioned the photo, "Today i stop my shenanigans as a promise to myself, and johnny monny knoxville."

Knoxville responded to the post, writing, "I’m going to hold you to that Bam Bam."

Several skaters added words of encouragement as well. Bucky Lasek commented, "Get after you Bam


Bam later posted a photo of himself with Boyd, writing, "Warren boyd runs one of the best treatment centers in California. Wavelengths, the same name as nikkis brother warren boyd and father RIP hes got a giant phoenix painted in the main room and is from petaluma CA (nikkis home) I love this guy already!"

He then posted a photo promoting a friend's shirt, which prompted one fan to scold the reality star for his use of social media while in rehab.

The fan wrote, "Dude focus on your recovery. Been a fan for years but you are too much now. Unfollow."


Bam Margera was arrested at a hotel in Los Angeles recently after he showed up drunk and refused to leave.

Police said at the time that Margera arrived at the Luxe Sunset and asked for a room. When they told him it was full, he refused to leave. Margera was charged with a misdemeanor trespassing and is currently being held on $1,000 bail.

As The Blast first reported, Margera had agreed to go to rehab after speaking with Dr. Phil. The former "Jackass" star agreed to seek help for substance abuse and mental health.

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