Bam Margera discharged from hospital after pneumonia and COVID-19 – Hollywood Life +2023

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Bam Margera is back home and on the “road of recovery” after being hospitalized in San Diego late last week. Bam, 43, was dealing with a very severe case of pneumonia complicated by COVID-19. TMZ first reported that doctors put Bam on a ventilator while he was being treated in the intensive care unit donkey The star’s family later confirmed this news with a Instagram Post on December 10th. “Bam was recently hospitalized. Luckily he is now testing negative for Covid and is being treated for pneumonia,” they said. “Bam is on the road to recovery and thankfully will be released soon. We ask and thank you for your positive prayers.”

Bam then took to Instagram himself on Dec. 11 and said he was “out” of the hospital. Next to A photo from him and johnny Schillereff Bam smiled for the camera and wrote: “I’m out! Thank you to my friends, family and you for your love, support and prayers.”

Bam has had some health issues this year. In June, Bam was reported missing from a Florida rehabilitation center. Apparently, Bam left the “Delray Beach center” after being dissatisfied with the facility’s services and “limitations.” A few days after the initial report, TMZ reported that Bam was found “locked up in a hotel.” Authorities escorted him back to the treatment center as a court order required him to attend rehabilitation.

In April, Bam’s mother, April Margaretshared message on Instagram (also posted on Bam’s account.) “It’s no secret that Bam has struggled with mental health and addiction. You’ve watched Bam grow up and supported him through his ups and downs. Our family has let you into the chaos that is our home, and we want nothing more than to continue this journey together.” However, April noted that “the Free Bam movement has created confusion and a threat to Bam and ours founded families. While we love sharing our lives with you, some things need to be handled privately and treatment is one of them. Recovery is difficult and is all the more under public scrutiny.”

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“Despite rumours, Bam never did [in a] Guardianship, but rather a temporary guardianship in health care for reasons not shared with the public,” the statement said. “If Bam chooses to speak up about it, he will when he’s ready. The ‘Free Bam’ theorists have encouraged him to stop treatment despite their lack of knowledge of the details, his health and well-being. We ask that you respect the process and our family. As our extended family, we ask that you support Bam in his recovery, stay on track and wish him the best in his sobriety.”

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