Bam Margera's Wife Is Taking The Reality Star To Court And It's Not For A Divorce

Bam Margera has found himself at the center of some controversy since he lost his role in the most recent "Jackass" movie (via Complex). It's no secret that he has battled both addiction and mental health struggles over the years. And after losing his good friend and cast mate Ryan Dunn to a tragic accident and finding himself robbed at gunpoint in Colombia, he relapsed.

Margera had previously gotten sober after a stint in rehab back in 2015, but the tragic events that unfolded over the years set him back in 2018. By 2021, Margera was still struggling with addiction, and his future with the latest "Jackass Forever" film was up in the air. He revealed, "It's been a real toll on my brain of just wondering for a year, because of COVID, wondering if I'm going to be in it or not. I feel like I've gotten more gray hairs from it because I wake up every day and just think, 'Am I going to be in this or not?' And it really just f**ks with your head."

After publicly boycotting the film he was left out of, Margera now finds himself in the center of another public drama surrounding his wife and child (via TMZ).

If you or anyone you know is struggling with addiction issues, help is available. Visit the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration website or contact SAMHSA's National Helpline at 1-800-662-HELP (4357).

Bam Margera's court case involves his son

Bam Margera's wife, former MTV star and professional skateboarder Nicole Boyd, is taking her husband to court (via Page Six). However, the reasoning might not be what you expect. She isn't seeking a divorce, rather full custody of the couple's son, Phoenix Wolf, who is three years old.

According to TMZ, Margera can see his son under supervised visitation. Usually, these custody lawsuits take place during or after a divorce filing, but Boyd hasn't pulled the trigger on the couple's marriage just yet.

Margera and Boyd got married in Iceland in 2013 (per Us Weekly). Not to be confused with the wedding he had on his MTV reality show, "Bam's Unholy Union." That marriage was between himself and childhood friend, Melissa Rothstein, back in 2007. Their marriage was rocky, and he announced they were living separately in 2010 before finalizing their divorce in 2012.

According to Hollywood Mask, the marriage between Margera and Boyd has been rocky since he relapsed in 2018, which was just one year after their son was born in December 2017.