Bam Margera, one of the original members of the Jackass franchise, shared his feelings about not being a part of the 2022 film Jackass Forever.
The stunt performer was allegedly booted from the sequel because of his drinking and substance use issues. Margera ended up suing for wrongful termination in August 2021, but he dropped the suit a few months later. In an appearance on the podcast Wild Ride With Steve-O, Margera indicated he has since celebrated a year of sobriety and made peace with everything that went down. "Everything [was] meant for a reason, and I'm much better off not being in [the film]," he explained. I'm happy to not be in it. I don't want to do that anymore. I don't want to be a part of it. I'm much happier without it."
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The 10 Most Brutal Stunts in Jackass 4.5
Ever since 2002, the Jackass team has been responsible for some of the most brutal and hard-to-watch stunts on television. With six features and multiple spin-offs, the cast members have engaged in hundreds of stunts on camera, sometimes suffering serious injuries as a result. This year, the gang got back together after a long hiatus for Jackass Forever, and with it we got a brand new slate of horrific stunts.
Not only that, but a new documentary, Jackass 4.5, gives us a behind-the-scenes look at the making of Jackass Forever, and, by extension, at the awful moments that took place in Jackass Forever. From a blindfold race to a condom filled with sewage, this doc has no shortage of cringe-worthy moments. But for now, here are the top 10.
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