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Bam Margera’s wife Nicole Boyd files for custody of three-year-old son Phoenix

Bam Margera’s wife Nicole Boyd files for custody of three-year-old son Phoenix… but has NOT filed for divorce quite yet


Just over a month after Bam Margera sued the rest of his Jackass team including Johnny Knoxville, the stuntman may lose custody of his son as well.

Nicole Boyd, the 36-year-old wife of Margera, 41, has filed for custody of their three-year-old son Phoenix Wolf, according to TMZ.

Surprisingly, though, Boyd has not yet filed for divorce from Margera quite yet, who she’s been married to for eight years.

Lose custody: Just over a month after Bam Margera sued the rest of his Jackass team including Johnny Knoxville, the stuntman may lose custody of his son as well

No divorce yet: Surprisingly, though, Boyd has not yet filed for divorce from Margera quite yet, who she's been married to for eight years

No divorce yet: Surprisingly, though, Boyd has not yet filed for divorce from Margera quite yet, who she’s been married to for eight years

Boyd filed child custody documents in Los Angeles on Wednesday, which usually come attached to divorce documents, though the custody docs were filed stand-alone.

Boyd is seeking full custody of Phoenix Wolf, though she’s willing to give Bam visitation with a monitor. 

While Bam can select the monitor, Nicole must approve of the monitor during visitation.

Custody: Boyd filed child custody documents in Los Angeles on Wednesday, which usually come attached to divorce documents, though the custody docs were filed stand-alone

Custody: Boyd filed child custody documents in Los Angeles on Wednesday, which usually come attached to divorce documents, though the custody docs were filed stand-alone

It’s been a trying year for Margera, who made headlines in January when his Bentley was stolen from a gas station and crashed into a house.

He also begged fans to boycott Jackass 4 in a February drunken rant where he admitted having suicidal thoughts, and later said he was ‘manic bipolar.’

It was revealed a week later that he was booted from the Jackass 4 set for ‘failing to abide by conditions’ such as staying sober and taking regular drug tests.

Trying year: It's been a trying year for Margera, who made headlines in January when his Bentley was stolen from a gas station and crashed into a house

Trying year: It’s been a trying year for Margera, who made headlines in January when his Bentley was stolen from a gas station and crashed into a house

Margera was then hospitalized in March for a staph infection and revealed in April all of the drugs he was prescribed in rehab, which he believed led to his ‘suicidal tendencies.’ 

Then in late May he was accused of harassing Jackass Forever director/producer Jeff Tremaine, who filed a restraining order against Margera.

Tremaine alleged that Margera made death threats towards himself and his family as his communications became increasingly more aggressive. 

Hospitalized: Margera was then hospitalized in March for a staph infection and revealed in April all of the drugs he was prescribed in rehab, which he believed led to his 'suicidal tendencies'

Hospitalized: Margera was then hospitalized in March for a staph infection and revealed in April all of the drugs he was prescribed in rehab, which he believed led to his ‘suicidal tendencies’

Harassing: Then in late May he was accused of harassing Jackass Forever director/producer Jeff Tremaine, who filed a restraining order against Margera

Harassing: Then in late May he was accused of harassing Jackass Forever director/producer Jeff Tremaine, who filed a restraining order against Margera

The director was granted a restraining order against Margera, who cannot contact Tremaine or his family for three years, and must keep at least 100 yards from him. 

Last month, Margera filed a lawsuit against Jackass creators Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze, along with Paramount Pictures, MTV and Dickhouse Entertainment. 

He claims they pressured him into signing a ‘wellness agreement’ while in rehab in 2019 in order to participate in the upcoming Jackass Forever movie. 

Restraining order: The director was granted a restraining order against Margera, who cannot contact Tremaine or his family for three years, and must keep at least 100 yards from him

Restraining order: The director was granted a restraining order against Margera, who cannot contact Tremaine or his family for three years, and must keep at least 100 yards from him

Lawsuit: Last month, Margera filed a lawsuit against Jackass creators Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze, along with Paramount Pictures, MTV and Dickhouse Entertainment

Lawsuit: Last month, Margera filed a lawsuit against Jackass creators Johnny Knoxville, Jeff Tremaine and Spike Jonze, along with Paramount Pictures, MTV and Dickhouse Entertainment

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