Another day, another run-in with the law for former MTV star Bam Margera.
The troubled star was cited on Wednesday, Aug. 9, for being drunk in public while having a loud argument with a woman. According to TMZ, officers in Radnor Township, Pennsylvania, observed Bam getting heated during an argument with a woman outside the Radnor Hotel at 4:30 a.m.
After police approached Bam, they observed that he was slurring his words. They also smelled alcohol on his breath. They then took the famed skateboarder and prankster into custody and drove him to a nearby police station, where he was cited for public intoxication and disorderly conduct.
He was released from police custody after calling a friend.
"Our officers got there and he was actually kind of friendly with them, and cooperative and came with us when he had to," an officer told Philadelphia's ABC affiliate, WPVI.
Bam's substance abuse issues have been well-documented over the years, as he's been in and out of rehab several times. In June, he was placed on a psychiatric hold at a Los Angeles mental health facility after authorities determined that he was a danger to himself and others.
In that instance, Bam's brother, Jess, made headlines for tweeting to ask if anyone had seen the former "Viva La Bam" star. TMZ reported that Bam had been sending messages to his family indicating that he might attempt to harm himself. Eventually, police tracked down Bam at a Trejo's Tacos restaurant in Los Angeles.
The one-time reality star's speech and behavior were allegedly erratic during a subsequent conversation with the police. Taking everything into account — including the disturbing text messages he'd been sending — authorities placed Bam on a 5150 hold and took him to a mental health facility.
After the involuntary hold ended, Bam headed straight to a rehab center owned by former Los Angeles Lakers player Lamar Odom. TMZ reported that Lamar greeted the former TV star upon his release from the mental health center. But after about a week at the Odom Wellness Treatment Center, Bam suddenly left — as he has before.
The new arrest comes nearly two weeks after Bam was ordered to stand trial on assault charges in a case involving his brother. Part of the conditions for his release included not drinking. It's unclear how his new arrest will affect that prior case.