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Reality TV Star Bam Margera In Bucks County Amid Sobriety Journey

Brandon ‘Bam’ Margera, former MTV star, has been sighted in Bucks County several times over the past several weeks.

Bam Margera at a 2019 event in Croydon.
Credit: Tom Sofield/

From TV screens to Bucks County streets, former reality TV star Brandon ‘Bam’ Margera is turning heads in the area.

Margera, the former star of MTV’s “Jackass” and “Viva La Bam,” has been seen frequently in Central Bucks County in recent weeks.

The native of Chester County was observed in Doylestown multiple times throughout September, according to sightings.

One reader even spotted Margera walking along Main Street in the borough, pausing to snap a selfie with an fan near the Bucks County Justice Center.

Among his stops in the area, Margera has been captured at the Handsome Devil Barber Lounge in Doylestown Borough, First Hand Tattoo in Warminster Township, the Doylestown Fire Company, the Doylestown Arts Fest, and other local spots.

“We thought we were being pranked when a familiar face popped into Station 19 with a request. He needed a ring removed from a swollen finger. Our duty crew was happy to assist,” the fire company posted.

The New York Post’s Page Six reported that Margera unveiled a new neck tattoo in Bucks County that reads, “Oops they did it to me too!” as a nod to Britney Spears.

TMZ, the celebrity news and gossip outlet, recently highlighted Margera’s ongoing sobriety journey. He celebrated one month of sobriety while residing on a farm owned by a fellow pro-skateboarder just outside of Philadelphia.

The outlet also mentioned that Margera has slimmed down, is getting outdoors with his girlfriend, Dannii, and has resumed skateboarding.

Margera was not available for comment last week.

Margera’s past battles with sobriety and occasional legal troubles have been in the spotlight, including a notable arrest earlier this year.

Last week, a Chester County judge granted him permission to depart Pennsylvania for work purposes. However, he is mandated to continue wearing an alcohol-monitoring bracelet, as reported by 6abc.

Over the years, Margera has been a visitor to Bucks County.

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Alex Irving

Alex Irving is a freelance journalist based in Bucks County. They have been reporting on local news since 2022.

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