Bam Margera threatens to 'smoke crack until I die' if he doesn't get to see his son
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Bam Margera has issued a stunning and shocking threat to his ex-wife in regards to their shared son.
The embattled former Jackass member hasn't seen Phoenix in two months and there have been people in his inner circle express concern for his welfare.
Margera took to social media to blame his family and his ex-partner Nicole Boyd for his alcoholism and says waking up each day is a struggle because he knows he won't get to see his son.
In an expletive-filled rant, the skateboarder said: "This is an official message to anybody that cares about me whatsoever.
"I haven't seen Phoenix in two f**king months and I am so f**ked fed up.
"I cry every day, I miss him so much and I know I have to wake up everyday knowing that I probably won't get to talk to him or see him.
"So yes Nicki drives me to f**king drink, so does my f**king mom and so does my f**king pep-talking dad who tells me nothing but I am a f**king fat loser piece of s**t drug addict.
"I am going to smoke crack with the bums down at the boardwalk until I am dead or unless you deliver me f**king Phoenix.
"So get to work Nicki or anybody that wants to help. I want Phoenix."
However, Nicole's lawyer has hit back at the accusations that she or anyone else is causing Bam to drink or take illicit substances.
David Glass said in a statement to TMZ that he is doing this to himself.
"Unfortunately, that’s not how the addictions work," Glass said.
"People’s behavior does not drive others to drink.
"This is a typical defense mechanism, and it shows that Bam may not have learned much in his past addiction's treatment.
"You have to take responsibility for your own actions.
"Nikki sincerely hopes that Bam can first achieve and then maintain sobriety, for his own good, and for the good of their son.”
Nicole filed for divorce from Bam in February this year citing irreconcilable differences.
Boyd said she would be happy for Margera to see their son, but according to the Daily Mail, it is under the provision that he completes rehab for drug and alcohol issues.