Bam Margera Hospitalized For Pneumonia : Read Full Details Of His Illness

The following makes mention of addiction and alcoholism.

Beginning as a professional skateboarder, Bam Margera’s career quickly gained momentum. When he joined MTV’s infamous series “Jackass,” where he worked alongside stuntmen like Johnny Knoxville, Steve-O, Chris Pontius, and others, he gained notoriety. The series grew into a universe of spinoffs and movies, as everyone with a taste for stunts is aware. The 2002 blockbuster “Jackass: The Movie,” “Jackass Number Two,” “Jackass 2.5,” and other films were all hits.

The Los Angeles Times reports that Margera struggled with drinking as the franchise developed, and that her addiction worsened following the sudden death of her “Jackass” co-star Ryan Dunn in 2011. He signed up for a number of courses, but his road to recovery was littered with dead ends.

The production of “Jackass Forever” in 2022 was hampered by Margera’s ongoing alcohol problems, which led to his termination from the production. Margera responded by suing Paramount Pictures, MTV Networks, the creators of the series, including Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine, and Spike Jonze, among others, according to The Los Angeles Times. They asserted that Margera didn’t adhere to the sobriety requirements set up for him. Margera thus decided to withdraw the claim.

Margera is unfortunately the subject of more news, but this time it’s about a very serious health issue.

Bam Margera is hospitalized for pneumonia and COVID-19

Bam Margera was admitted to a hospital in San Diego on December 9, 2022, with acute pneumonia and COVID-19, according to a TMZ report. According to the publication, he was placed on a ventilator in the ICU and his status was stable.

Bam’s chronic addiction difficulties were addressed in August 2022 by his brother Jess Margera and mother April Margera. According to Page Six, he had a healthcare guardian, and fans were concerned that he was under a conservatorship, which sparked a “Free Bam” movement akin to the one that was started for Britney Spears. In a post on Instagram, they said, “It’s no secret that Bam has battled with mental health and addiction. Later on, they clarified, “Contrary to reports, Bam has never been under conservatorship but rather a brief healthcare guardianship for reasons not made public. His mother and brother remarked that if Bam wants to reveal those specifics later, he is free to do so. As Bam continued his sobriety path, they kept requesting assistance from the public.

There is assistance available if you or someone you know needs it for addiction-related problems. Visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website or call 1-800-662-HELP for information about SAMHSA.

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