AceShowbiz - Bam Margera apparently escaped his rehab program again. The former professional skateboarder was spotted partying at a club and even posed for photos with some sexy ladies.
On Sunday, September 25, TMZ released a series of photos that saw the 42-year-old former skateboarder and actor having fun at Koo Koo Room nightclub in Atlanta. In one of the snapshots, the troubled star could be seen posing with two women on his lap. He even put his hand around one of the ladies who donned a beige tank top, black short pants and net stockings. Another picture saw him flashing a smile to the camera with his friends.
Eyewitnesses told the news outlet that Bam was not just drinking. During the wee hours of the night, the "Jackass" star reportedly was "name-dropping himself around the joint and drumming up interest."
The club sighting came only a week after news broke that Bam was on the road to recovery again. The stunt performer reportedly returned to the treatment center after he was spotted at a Florida bar earlier this month.
According to reports, Bam was not required to stay at an in-patient facility because of his various fleeing attempts. Sources claimed, "They're gonna try an outpatient approach and pray for different results." However, he was required to attend classes and continue seeing a psychiatrist.
The last time Bam left the court-ordered residential facility in Florida was on September 5. On the next day, Bam, who has been ordered to stay sober, was seen leaving the 57 Tavern in Sarasota with a mystery woman.
Back in June, Bam disappeared from the facility twice. After he went missing for the first time, he had previously agreed to return voluntarily to the clinic after being found and a crisis intervention team escorted him back to the facility.
The star's manager had reported him missing after he told the clinic manager he would be checking himself into a different rehabilitation establishment in the area before he fled the premises in a black sedan. He's said to have told staff at the center he was "unhappy" and was planning to "split."
Less than two weeks later, Bam went missing again but was found by a crisis team as well as his parents, who held an intervention after locating him. He allegedly fled the facility because he was concerned he wouldn't see his son again if he stayed. However, during the intervention from his parents, he was told he required treatment before he was able to see his son and agreed to return to rehab.