Jackass star Bam Margera has been hospitalised with a staph infection that has left him in serious pain.
The star shared a picture on Instagram of him lying in a hospital bed with his trouser leg rolled up, saying the infection ‘f*****g hurts very bad (sic)’.
In the picture caption he thanked a friend for taking him in so he can be treated.
Bam said: ‘The only person I can blame for my staff infection. Thank you Danny way for taking me. I deserve it and it f*****g hurts very bad.’
Staph infections are caused by bacteria called staphylococcus and most often infect the skin.
Bam reportedly was admitted at the weekend when he began feeling pain in his leg after getting a new tattoo, according to TMZ.
The publication adds that he is already out from hospital and is expected to make a full recovery.
It comes two weeks after he addressed his explicit rants about a fourth Jackass film, announced in 2019, making allegations about how he was treated by film bosses.
He told his social media followers: ‘I realised I’m manic bipolar. Yesterday, I had to go so bats**t bonkers f**king crazy because of not knowing the answer for a year and a half whether we’re doing Jackass or not, I had to go f**king bonkers. I had to deal with the madness to know the answer. Now I know exactly what I want and it’s gonna be f**king awesome and it’s gonna be a way where everyone wins in the end.
‘So I love everybody and there’ll be no bad blood this way. It’s gonna be f**king awesome. So I’m seeing a bipolar specialist today and to get that underway, and other than that, we just have to find a time and place to film all this rad s**t and you’re all involved.’
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