Bam Margera has settled his lawsuit against Johnny Knoxville, Paramount Pictures and others involved in "Jacka**," according to a new report.
Last summer, the troubled prankster sued a slew of people involved in the latest "Jacka**" film after he claimed to be wrongfully terminated. In his lawsuit, which was first reported by TMZ, Bam alleged that he was forced to sign a "wellness agreement," something he called psychological torture. The agreement, he argued, was "inhumane" and "discriminatory," and Bam, 42, maintained that it was impossible to comply with.
As part of the "wellness agreement," Bam, who's substance abuse issues have been well-documented, was required to submit to regular drug and alcohol tests. He was fired from Jacka** 4″ after testing positive for Adderall, but Bam argued that his doctor had been prescribing the drug for him for a decade.
On Thursday, April 14, Bam asked to dismiss the lawsuit, which essentially means a settlement has been reached. The terms of the settlement are sealed.
Back in May 2021, Bam publicly ripped his "Jacka** 4" costars and said they "betrayed" him. However, he saved his most vicious comments for Johnny Knoxville and director Jeff Tremaine, indicating they "strung me along like a puppet" and treated him horribly before giving him his pink slip.
After his firing, Steve-O weighed in and said Johnny and Jeff went above and beyond for Bam. In fact, he said Bam was only fired from popular prank series because he couldn't stay sober.