AceShowbiz - Bam Margera has been located after he disappeared from rehab for the second time. The stunt performer was found on Monday, June 27 at a hotel in Deerfield Beach, Florida, his camp has confirmed.
According to TMZ, police showed up at the hotel with a crisis intervention team, which included Bam's mother and father. They held an intervention on the spot, with other members of Bam's family calling in to speak to him.
Bam's camp says he at first insisted on seeing his son Phoenix Wolf, but his family was able to convince him that he needs to get treatment before being able to see his kid. He eventually agreed to check in to a new rehab facility, which he was immediately taken to. The Broward Sheriff's Office confirmed deputies from Deerfield Beach found Bam on Monday night and he was safe.
Bam was reported missing from LifeSkills residential facility for the second time over the weekend. He was last seen in the area in Deerfield Beach, FL on Saturday around 5:30 P.M. He was sporting a black shirt, black sweatpants and black sneakers.
TMZ later reported that Bam left the rehab facility because he was worried he will never see his son again if he stays in rehab. A rep for his wife Nicole Boyd Margera, who is currently with his son, said she had no clue where he was and was worried about his safety.
Nicole was hoping that Bam can get the help he needs by returning to the Florida rehab center. She and her 4-year-old son are in full support of the skateboarder finishing his program and thinks it's unfair that she has been blamed for his exit.
Bam sparked a similar search earlier this month after he was reported missing from the rehab facility on Monday, June 13. After a two-day hunt, cops found him at a Delray Beach hotel, where he had been shacking up after bouncing from the rehab facility.
According to his representative, Bam's recent breakup from his wife factored in his poor decision to bolt from the court-mandated rehab center. He reportedly had not been able to contact Nikki or his son since they called it quits. The "Jackass" star was also unhappy because he was not getting special treatment as a celebrity at the facility.