Bam Margera accused of harassment as producer Jeff Tremaine files a restraining order against him

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    Bam Margera accused of harassment by Jackass producer Jeff Tremaine as showrunner files a restraining order against the MTV star

    A restraining order has been filed against Bam Margera by Jackass producer Jeff Tremaine. 

    Tremaine has accused Margera of harassment in a restraining order he filed in Los Angeles County Court on Tuesday, according to The Blast.

    This comes three months after Margera was reportedly fired from Jackass 4 because he could not abide by conditions set forth by producers relating to his addiction issues.

    A restraining order has been filed against Bam Margera by Jackass producer Jeff Tremaine (Margera pictured far left, Johnny Knoxville center, and Tremaine far right in 2010)

    A restraining order has been filed against Bam Margera by Jackass producer Jeff Tremaine (Margera pictured far left, Johnny Knoxville center, and Tremaine far right in 2010)

    In the documents, Tremaine has requested a judge order Margera to stay away from him amid accusations the star has harassed him.

    What exactly Margera allegedly did that led to the filing is not known. 

    Tremaine created the Jackass franchise with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze, and has been producing and directing the films and episodes ever since.

    That included the upcoming Jackass 4 film, which Margera was fired from due to his inability to abide by certain conditions put in place regarding his sobriety.   

    This comes three months after Margera was reportedly fired from Jackass 4 because he could not abide by conditions set forth by producers relating to his addiction issues

     This comes three months after Margera was reportedly fired from Jackass 4 because he could not abide by conditions set forth by producers relating to his addiction issues

    Insiders revealed that the conditions included taking his medication, blowing into a breathalyzer, his commitment to staying sober, seeing a psychologist and routine drug tests during the project, according to TMZ.

    It is not know which of the conditions Bam reportedly failed to abide by, which led to the producers to inform him he wasn’t part of the Jackass 4 project anymore.

    Several Jackass stars have publicly discussed their addiction issues, and in a new interview with GQ, Knoxville said he hoped Margera got ‘the help he needs.’

    Insiders revealed that the conditions included taking his medication, blowing into a breathalyzer, his commitment to staying sober, seeing a psychologist and routine drug tests during the project, according to TMZ

    Insiders revealed that the conditions included taking his medication, blowing into a breathalyzer, his commitment to staying sober, seeing a psychologist and routine drug tests during the project, according to TMZ

    ‘It’s difficult when your friends are…’ Knoxville told the magazine, trailing off. ‘It was heartbreaking, losing Ryan. And it was tough when Steve-O was going off the rails. But he has completely, completely turned his life around and is doing just—I mean, he’s doing terrific. He’s a different, different man.’

    ‘I think each of us was responsible for his own actions,’ he said. ‘And when someone’s struggling, everyone tries to help that person. And at the end of the day, that person has to want help. Sometimes they don’t. Yet.’

    Asked if his last comment was about anyone in particular, Knoxville brought up Margera: ‘We want Bam to be happy and healthy and get the help he needs. We tried to push that along. I think that’s all I really want to say about it.’

    Tremaine created the Jackass franchise with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze, and has been producing and directing the films and episodes ever since

    Tremaine created the Jackass franchise with Johnny Knoxville and Spike Jonze, and has been producing and directing the films and episodes ever since

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