The concussion and internal bleeding Bam Margera suffered in the alleged attack has forced some changes on the set of the new movie.
Movie bosses have been forced to re-write a scene for the upcoming "Jackass" sequel, "Jackass 3", after Bam Margera was hospitalized with a head injury over the weekend. The prankster was admitted to an intensive care unit in the early hours of Saturday morning, June 12 after a woman allegedly attacked him with a baseball bat outside the bar he owns in Philadelphia.
Margera has since been released from the medical facility and flown to Los Angeles to continue filming Jackass 3-D, but the injury has forced some changes on the set of the new movie. The star was reportedly set to shoot a stunt in which he takes a series of blows to the head for the film's opening sequence, but the scene will now be re-written because of the concussion and internal bleeding Margera suffered in the alleged attack.
The third Jackass movie is slated for release on October 15.