"Jackass" star and professional skateboarder, Bam Margera, has been released from Chester County hospital, Steve-O told TMZ. Steve also shared that Bam was holed up in the intensive care following an attack on early Saturday, June 12, adding "I think he's gonna be okay."
Bam was run into the hospital after 59-year-old Elizabeth Ray, who lives on the 50 block of S. Matlack Street where the incident occurred, allegedly hit Bam in the back of the head with a baseball bat. The incident itself happened around 2 A.M. outside of Bam's bar "The Note" in West Chester, Pennsylvania.
On pictures obtained by the site, Bam is seen in a supine position, while several people mill about on the street outside the bar. Other shots show Bam flat on his back on the street, one arm perpendicular to his side and one hand on his chest. One photo, additionally, shows the "Grind" star strapped onto a stretcher, his neck in a brace, his head bracketed by two more braces, and his arms crossed.
Bam's attacker, Elizabeth, was arrested and later charged with aggravated assault, Chester Police told Philly. Meanwhile, Bam's publicist and attorney did not return requests for comment.