The director of “Jackass” was granted a three-year restraining order against franchise star Bam Margera.
Jeff Tremaine testified on Tuesday in entrance of a Los Angeles choose, who then issued the order with an expiration date of June 15, 2024, per courtroom paperwork obtained by Web page Six on Wednesday.
Tremaine, 54, was beforehand granted a civil harassment restraining order against Margera, 41, after he advised a courtroom that the actor had allegedly despatched him loss of life threats for months starting in February.
The filmmaker claimed that Margera’s disturbing messages included, “I’m gonna kill you in a single mom f—king punch” and “Stick with it fats boy and I’ll proceed.”
Tremaine had despatched screenshots of the textual content messages that he allegedly acquired to the courtroom, with one other one studying, “Have a look at your youngsters and seize your pocket guide and write a examine, in case you are grasping, and low cost, take a look at your youngsters once more. In the event you don‘t signal the paper, take a look at your youngsters. Signal your silly f—king contract earlier than your [sic] not secure anyplace.”
The director additional claimed that Margera had texted an unnamed colleague of his with a photograph of an alleged contract that was additionally posted on social media and advised the colleague that he has “powers as a wizard” and “can create and strike lightning” — whereas talking at occasions utilizing numbers as a substitute of English.
Margera has suffered from substance abuse and alcohol-related points since he rose to fame on MTV’s “Jackass” present within the early 2000s.
The stuntman most lately claimed that the producers of “Jackass 4” had pressured him to go to a drug rehab facility in order to take part within the movie, however the remedy he acquired left him with suicidal ideas.
“It was the definition of f–king torture,” he mentioned in April. “They tortured me!”