Former ‘Jackass’ Star Hospitalized, Placed in Intensive Care

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Bam Margera, who rode his skateboard to celebrity status in the “Jackass” series, is currently hospitalized with pneumonia after testing positive for COVID-19.

“Bam was recently hospitalized,” according to a post on Margera’s Instagram account that was signed “The Margera Family.”

“Fortunately, he is now testing negative for COVID and receiving care for pneumonia. Bam is on the road to recovery and thankfully will be discharged soon. We ask and thank you for your positive prayers,” the post said.

The website TMZ had earlier reported that Margera was on a ventilator in a San Diego hospital. The report said that his condition was stable and that he was in an intensive care unit.

Margera was a pro skateboarder in the 1990s who made the leap to the entertainment world with MTV’s “Jackass” series, Margera later had his own series, and also appeared in a number of movies.

Margera has struggled with drug and alcohol abuse issues.

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