Bam Margera Reportedly Turns Himself In To Police, Continues Rant Towards His Household

Former “Jackass” star Bam Margera reportedly surrendered to the Pennsylvania State Police to face prices stemming from an alleged assault on his brother.

Margera turned himself in three days after evading police by operating into the woods after the alleged altercation, TMZ reported Thursday. Legislation enforcement issued a warrant for his arrest when he fled after allegedly threatening to shoot his brother within the head. Margera made his first court docket look and his bail has been set at $50,000, the outlet reported, citing the Pennsylvania State Police. He’s set to return to court docket on the finish of Could.

Margera posted an image of himself standing in entrance of the courthouse with the caption, “I simply bought out of the courthouse with my attorneys. All the things went nice and the false accusations of what my brother says usually are not true and he shall be sued for defamation in addition to being evicted from fortress bam prior to later.”

“The explanation I misplaced my cool is as a result of I learn his cellphone saying he needs me again in California and he needs to discover a option to 302 me. F*** him,” he continued.

Margera was ordered to finish a drug and alcohol evaluation and has been informed to steer clear of his brother, his brother’s residence and every other alleged victims, TMZ reported, citing court docket paperwork. He should get affirmation from the Pretrial Companies Division if he needs to journey exterior Pennsylvania, based on the outlet. (RELATED: REPORT: Bam Margera Has Been Making Indignant Telephone Calls To Household Whereas On The Run From Police)

“He was arraigned and entered his plea of not responsible. He was launched on an unsecured bail,” Margera’s lawyer, Michael van der Veen, informed TMZ.

“Mr. Margera enjoys all of his constitutional rights, together with the presumption of innocence. The wild rumors relating to his conduct this week are completely false. He’s in good well being and in good spirits,” van der Veen continued.