Jackass star Bam Margera's fans demand he 'go to rehab' as he slams 'poison c***suckers' above photo of wife and son

JACKASS fans have pleaded with Bam Margera to "go to rehab" after he slammed "poison c**ksuckers" alongside a picture of his wife and son.

Days after the 41-year-old claimed he was getting help for bipolar disorder, he took to Instagram to share a picture of his family.

But fans were alarmed by his caption, calling on the former MTV star to get help and not to "bring your son into this."

"When Phoenix the wolf was born on Christmas to show me who the poison c**ksuckers are, it’s boiled down to 5 who get shit down on Wednesday with my lawyer who doesn’t know how to lose," wrote Bam.

"Don't bring your kid into this, man," one fan quickly shared, as another commented: "Brotha you need help (sic.)"

"Go to rehab please Bam we don't want to lose you," shared another upset fan.

Bam's son was born on December 23, 2017.

The post comes days after Bam shared a video on social media and admitted that he relapsed on his recovery journey and had multiple beers and glasses of wine before filming for the post.

He asked his fans: “Who the f*** cares if I’m drunk as hell or not anymore?”

The TV personality blamed being left out of Jackass 4 as the reason behind his relapse, telling everyone he was put “through f***ing hell on f***ing wheels” while in Pennsylvania for it and had random sobriety tests.

He added: “I had to wake up every day with a handful of anti-depressant pills I would have to show Paramount Pictures that I took them and swallowed them, every single day.”

He said he was fired from the movie for being a "jackass" and implied he was mulling suicide.

In the video, the dad of one also asked people to send him money using Venmo so he can "blow them out of the water" with a competing project.

He left his account information in his Instagram Story and just told people to Venmo him.

Jackass 4 is slated to premiere in September despite delays due to the coronavirus outbreak and assorted injuries.

Bam reported that stars Johnny Knoxville and Steve-O were hospitalized on the second day of filming.

The pair were jumping on a full-speed treadmill while wearing “bad equipment" when the accident took place.

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