Bam Margera attacked woman and tore her breast implant while using cocaine with friends & sex workers, 911 caller claims

BAM Margera entered rehab last month on a "court-order" after he "attacked a woman and tore her breast implant" while intoxicated on cocaine, according to a 911 call at the scene.

The Jackass star previously told TMZ that he was forced into the facility for "holding a drink in a casino" though an eyewitness has claimed otherwise.

Bam, 42, "attacked" a female victim at the Don Cesar hotel according to a September 26th 911 call made to the Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office uncovered by PageSix.

“They’re doing cocaine in the room,” the caller claimed, after stating he arrived on the scene for a “pick-up order," though he did not specify which of the three was doing drugs.

“He attacked her, grabbed her breast, and she said she thinks he tore her implant," the man alleged to the dispatcher, after explaining that there were two women in the room.

The caller claimed that one of the guests was a prostitute, and the other wasBam's "minder" or caretaker.

The alleger, who reported the information to police at 8:36am, said he had not seen Bam "yet today", though the TV star's "minder" filled him in on the details.

Although it was not clear bythe 911 call which woman was "attacked", the caller described the stunt performer's caretaker as a "white wman in her 50s or 60s."

When the dispatcher asked if the injured individual needed a paramedic, the man replied: “I don’t know yet.”

The caller was convinced, however, that Bam was under the influence, as he told the 911 representative: “Absolutely, there’s no question about it.

“He’s really highly intoxicated.”

He continued: “He’s in severe psychosis, I believe. He’s been diagnosed as paranoid schizophrenic, he’s been diagnosed as Bipolar, he’s got a long history of mental illness.

“He’s escaped from three treatment centers in the last two months. That’s why there’s all these people trying to reel him back in,” the caller claimed.


However, a representative for Bam has since issued a counter statement to the allegations, denying the entire report as "defamatory."

“The initial reports of Bam Margera’s arrest were reasonably correct," they began, referencing Bam's claim that he was sent back to rehab for simply "holding a drink at a casino."

"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 reps alleged.

“The police escorted Bam back to rehab and made no charges whatsoever against him, which demonstrates that the caller who made this claim made a false statement to police.”

Bam's representative expressed concern that the call was a set up by those "who have an ax to grind against Bam in his lawsuit against Paramount.

"There are multi-million dollars at stake because of the abuse Bam faced at the hands of Paramount, and his supposed friends Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, Jeff Tremaine and others.

"We are investigating these false allegations and false statements made in the police report, and are considering taking action as we learn more against the perpetrator of this false and defamatory report," they closed.


Police were dispatched to the Don Cesar hotel on September 26th following an “emotional disturbance” call.

Upon arriving at the scene, officers discovered that Bam had an “an ex parte order, which is a judge’s order for court-ordered rehabilitation."

“When deputies arrived, they were informed that Mr. Margera had an ex parte order,” a police spokesperson told PageSix at the time.

“Those are taken out by a third party on behalf of the person.”

Bam's transfer back to the rehab facility was not considered an arrest, and despite the caller's claims, no charges were filed that day.

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