Update: Bam Margera has left another rehab facility in Florida without permission for the second time in two weeks.
While on the run from Broward County Sheriffs’ deputies, he still made time to post to Instagram.
‘Epic throwback collab with @thekatvond.🤘💜#fuCKYeah,” he posted with images of tattoo designs on Monday.
He was last seen in the area around LifeSkills residential facility in Deerfield Beach, Fla., on Saturday at 5:30 p.m., a Broward County Sheriff’s Office spokesperson tells us.
“Anyone with information on his whereabouts should contact BSO Detective Chris Blankenship at 954-321-4268 or the BSO non-emergency number at 954-764-HELP (4357).”
He was last seen “wearing a black shirt, black sweatpants, and black sneakers.”
After his first time fleeing a rehab facility if Delray Beach, he posted on Instagram that he found a new sponsor but the post has since been deleted.
Peter Sblendorio, New York Daily News
Jun. 16 – “Jackass” star Bam Margera is voluntarily returning to a Florida rehab center after being found at a hotel on Wednesday, according to a report.
Margera didn’t receive approval before leaving the Delray Beach facility, where he was serving a court-ordered stint, TMZ reported.
The reality star, who disappeared from the rehab center on Monday, reportedly cooperated after being located at a Delray Beach hotle by officials, who are now taking him back.
Margera starred on MTV’s original stunt-and-prank series “Jackass” and has also done spinoffs of the show, including “Viva La Bam.”
The 42-year-old finished a one-year substance abuse program last month, according to TMZ.
Margera on Tuesday shared an Instagram photo showing a man whom he said was his new Alcoholics Anonymous sponsor, writing, “MMA fighter, chiropractor and ten years sober Dominick, is my new AA sponsor.”
Margera hasn’t publicly commented on the rehab center situation, but sources told TMZ in a previous report that the star took issue with rules at the facility and left following an argument with his wife.
In April, Margera dropped a lawsuit that named “Jackass” co-creators Jeff Tremaine and Johnny Knoxville, along with Paramount Pictures, in which he’d claimed he was wrongfully terminated from the franchise’s latest movie, which came out in February.
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