Bam Margera Was Arrested For Causing A Scene At A Hotel In Los Angeles Almost Immediately After Leaving Rehab

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In the early 2000s, the members of the Jackass crew provided the world with endless entertainment thanks to their willingness to put their bodies on the line for our amusement, but sadly, a number of them would go on to pay the price.

Some of the guys who rose to fame by inflicting pain upon themselves for laughs would turn to various substances to deal with the fallout, whether we’re talking about the plethora of drugs Steve-O used to self-medicate or the alcohol abuse that would ultimately lead to the death of Ryan Dunn.

At the beginning of the year, Bam Margera found himself checking into rehab for the third time to deal with his own substance abuse issues that were reportedly made worse by Dunn’s passing.

However, it didn’t take long for him to go back to his old ways.

Last week, the man who made a name for himself by hilariously terrorizing his family disowned his mother and reached out to Dr. Phil for help, and following a long sit-down, he found himself in rehab yet again.

However, it appears his most recent stint didn’t last very long (nor did it appear to be very effective), as TMZ reports the skateboarder-turned-stuntman was arrested in Los Angeles on Wednesday morning after harassing a number of patrons at a hotel—an incident that was caught on video.

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Here’s how things went down:

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