Bam Margera has revealed that he won't be in Jackass 4.
The skater had been part of the cast for the upcoming movie, but the 41-year-old has now revealed that he has been cut from the movie.
In a video post, which has reportedly since been deleted, Bam hit out at Paramount Pictures for their alleged treatment of him.
He also urged his fans to boycott the movie when it is eventually released.
"Who the f*** cares if I'm drunk as hell anymore? Jackass has put me through hell on f***ing wheels for a year-and-a-half," says Bam, claiming Paramount forced him to take multiple breathalyser tests, give urine samples, and filmed him taking anti-depressants.
In the video, he goes on: "I wrote them so many ideas, and if I'm not in the movie and they use my ideas, how do you think that will make me feel?
"The last thing I want to do is be in a court room with Jeff Tremaine, I love him.
"But f***, man, I'm not in Jackass 4? If anybody cares about me, don't go see their movie, because I will make mine way f***ing radder if you just Venmo me a dollar.
"Jackass was everything to me."
In another part of the 10-minute video, Bam goes into more detail about how the whole situation had affected him personally and again urged fans not to see the new Jackass film.
Bam said: "If you're a fan of mine, you would understand the f***ing pain that I am going through with Jackass putting me through the ringer, dude.
"If anybody cares about me at all, then throw me a f***ing bone and send a dollar to this Venmo and the more you send, the radder s*** we can do, and I give everyone f***ing credit for it.
"Like, I can't compete with their $10m, ladies and gentlemen, but if I had that, I would blow them out of the f***ing water."
Adding: "Jackass does not care about me. Understand that, ladies and gentlemen.
"It was like my family, that won't let me in because they say I'm out there being a Jackass on TMZ. So I can't be in Jackass because I'm out there being a jackass?"
The fourth film in the series, which was originally due to be released in March 2021, has now been given a later release date of 2 July 2021 as a result of the coronavirus pandemic.
This latest Jackass flick was announced in December and will be the first since 2010's Jackass 3D, as well as the first time that the gang have filmed together since the tragic death of their friend and fellow cast member Ryan Dunn.
The films, released in 2003, 2006 and 2010, were all box office hits. At a budget of less than $20m for each film, they collectively brought in $335m at the box office around the globe.
LADbible has reached out to Paramount Pictures for a comment.
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