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series and its three hugely successful spinoff movies made stars out of its cast of skateboarders turned amateur stuntmen willing to do any crazy thing to entertain themselves and each other.
But just because you one — as countless celebrities have learned over the years, fame can be fleeting, especially when it's based on a person's ability to do something that takes a major physical toll.
A woman named Elizabeth Ray, who lives on the same street where the Note was located, went down to the club one night to complain about the noise.
She claims Margera was not only dismissive of her complaints, but hostile — he admitted that he called Ray things like "idiot" and "crazy b****." Ray, a 59-year-old African-American woman, also says that during the encounter, Margera called her the n-word.
Nevertheless, in 2006 Bam Margera approached businessman Don Moore with the idea of opening a bar/restaurant/venue in Margera's hometown of West Chester, Pennsylvania.
The Note opened two years later, with much of the time in between spent fighting community objections to the club.
Days later, Margera announced that he'd checked into rehab for alcohol addiction, later posting a shot of his bathroom from the facility and quipping that in addition to getting to use his phone for an hour a day, the layout of the lavatory made it possible for him to "piss and floss simultaneously." Margera was clearly staying in good spirits despite his latest ordeal, but his old As his friend Steve-O warned when Bam Margera entered rehab in early 2018, there's no magic fix for addiction — what you get out of any attempt to get clean depends on what you put in.
(He died in 2015 at age 59.) In June 2015, one of Margera's bands was booked to play the Secret Solstice Festival in Reykjavik, Iceland.
The gig went off fine, but afterward, Margera allegedly got drunk and tried to force his way into the control room.
Also straight to home video in 2008: Margera's holiday comedy, , a documentary devoted to the addiction struggles faced by titular skateboarder and friend of Margera's; in 2016, the production team released a trailer, but the film seems to be waiting for a distributor.
According to Margera's IMDb page, he's also playing a police detective in an upcoming thriller titled Running a bar, restaurant, or concert venue isn't easy—a great deal of paperwork, licensure, community relations, and headaches go along with it.