Tuesday, September 1, 2015

Did marital problems lead Bam Margera to move into the Murano?

Local "Jackass" Bam Margera has been living for nearly a week at the Murano (21st & Market), with his purple Lamborghini in the building's garage.

Did marital problems lead Bam Margera to move into the Murano?

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John Costello/Staff Photographer John Costello

Local "Jackass" Bam Margera has been living for nearly a week at the Murano (21st & Market), with his purple Lamborghini in the building's garage.

Last month, Margera told TMZ.com that he had been hospitalized after going on a "four-day bender" stemming from marital problems. "I may get a divorce . . . booze helps," he said.

Margera's wife, Missy, has not been seen at the condo building, where he moved last Friday.

Last night a spokesman for the Murano, which made headlines in June for auctioning off 42 of its unsold units, said that the Murano couldn't comment on whether anyone was or was not a resident. It's unclear whether Margera, who owns a home in Pocopson Township, Chester County, has purchased a unit at the Murano or is subletting someone's place.

Margera's spokesman did not return our request for comment, however overnight Bam apparently contacted TMZ out of nowhere to say that he and Missy were in couples counseling twice a week and he was taking the antidepressant Lexapro to control his "mood swings."

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