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June 21, 2011 by Post Team
Bam Margera Twitter, Jackass star Bam Margera is outraged after the film critic Roger Ebert Twitter message, blaming deadly car accident of his co-star Ryan Dunn on drink driving. Dunn, 34, died when his sports car flew off the road about 2:30 am on Monday while driving home in West Goshen, Pennsylvania, after a night at a bar with friends.
Now, his fellow Jackass co-star Margera, 31, has broken his silence after Ebert criticized Dunn hours after the smash, which also claimed the life of another-yet unidentified male passenger.
Taking on Twitter shortly after the news of 69 years, Ebert, who won a Pulitzer Prize for criticism, Twitter: “Friends do not let drinking and driving donkeys. A link to a story about the incident with his comment.
Bam finally left her to ruin Ebert Twitter last night, saying: “I just lost my best friend, I have been crying hysterically for a full day and part of s ** t Roger Ebert has the gall to put in your two cents driving drunk on a donkey and [is] a, f *** you! ”
He added: “Millions of people are crying right now, shut up f ***** g fat!
And sources told TMZ that Dunn drank at least three light beers and shots of three between 10.30pm and 2:10 a.m. to Barnaby American bar before the accident.
Other Twitter users also were upset by comments from Ebert. A tweeter, @ ebertchicago replied, “That was disgustingly poor taste,” while another added: “Why is this a joke? He remains a person. Have some respect.”
Celebrity gossip blogger got in line also marks Ebert comments in bad taste.
An article on Perez’s blog read: ‘Certainly agree that driving after drinking is wrong, we think there is no reason – especially now – that no one should point fingers or make fun of a real situation tragic.
“Everybody makes mistakes, and this is somebody’s son. Too soon, Roger.
However, Ebert stood her ground, simply retweeting Hilton commentary article: “Perez Hilton’s readers agree with me and not on my tweet Perez Ryan Dunn.
“I drank, drove, two people died.”
Police said they found the burning wreckage of 2007 Porsche 911 GT3 Dunn, who was capable of reaching 190 mph in the forests of the road completely engulfed in flames.
His body was so badly burned he had to be identified by their tattoos, Philadelphia NBC reported.
Dunn was the registered owner and 100.00 and headed at the time, police said.
A male passenger was also declared dead at the scene.
Police are awaiting positive identification before releasing the identity of the passenger.
An official report that a “preliminary investigation revealed that the speed could have been a contributing factor to the accident.”
The Chester County coroner was conducting an autopsy to Dunn after the accident to determine whether alcohol played a role in her death, TMZ reported.
The autopsy also holds the unidentified male passenger Ryan – although there was no indication of when results would be released.
It was learned today that Dunn was accused of a crime of drunk driving for six years.
Patrick Carmody, Assistant U.S. Attorney Chester County, told RadarOnline Jackass star who was charged with a DUI in 2005.
He told the website: “In 2005, Dunn was charged with driving under the influence of alcohol and entered a first offender program that allowed him to record clearhis after a period of good behavior.”
Tire marks at the scene of fatal accident in the series the Porsche off the road, through a metal railing and into the woods. Photos from the scene showed the charred remains of a crane had to drag the remains of forests.
Yesterday Johnny Knoxville, the leader of the Jackass gang, led the tributes to his former co-star.
Twitter was to express his sadness at the loss, saying: “Today I lost my brother Ryan Dunn. My heart goes out to his family and his beloved Angie.
He ended the message saying. “RIP Ryan, love you friend”
Knoxville later added: “Please drive safe and the seat belt. Ryan Dunn will be missed. God bless you.”
Dunn came to fame as part of the double crew for MTV show Jackass, which lasted from 2000 to 2002.
He was working as a welder and part-time at a gas station when Knoxville, Bam Margera’s friend through skateboard circuit, called the use of their videos, which became an instant hit.
Dunn, Margera, Christopher Raab (Raab Himself known as) and Brandon DiCamillo, had started to make videos that presented his skate and perform tricks in the CKY nicknamed “Camp Kill Yourself ‘, before finding fame through Jackass.
Later appears on Viva La Bam Bam Margera 2003 to 2006, as well as three of the Jackass movies.
“Steve-O” Stephen Glover was too distraught to talk, but later on Twitter “. I do not know what to say except that I love Ryan Dunn and I’m really going to miss”
Name Dunn started a trend on Twitter shortly after the news of the accident broke, fans and celebrities to quickly express their condolences.
Margera was the mother, April, who first confirmed the death of Dunn, calling members and Preston Lacy of Jackass Steve-O show radio 93.3 WMMR.
She described him as a child and said he had even called the Mother’s Day.
A tearful April, said: “We just found out a couple of hours ago – the worst possible news.
“I could talk to Bam as he is in Arizona, but I can not believe his friend is dead – I felt like I lost one of my own children when I heard that Ryan Dunn was dead.
“Ryan was a wonderful person who really was the sweetest man and more enjoyable – it was like my son extra, we all wanted.”
President of MTV Networks Music / Films Group Van Toffler said in a statement: “We are devastated by the tragic loss of Ryan Dunn – a beloved member of the MTV family for over a decade.
“He made us laugh all the relentless focus and enthusiasm to the life of your favorite friend from middle school,” the statement continued.
“Our thoughts and deepest sympathies are with Ryan’s family and friends. Jackass The Brotherhood will never be the same.
“He had a long-term girlfriend and will be absolutely devastated – it has been off your phone right now.
“It’s so sad that I can not believe that Ryan is gone – I’m very upset to say anything more right now.”
April said he is ‘worried’ by his son, adding he was “devastated” by the death of his firm.
Dunn was born in Ohio and moved at age 15 in Pennsylvania, where he met with Margera on his first day of school.
“I am very sad and shocked to hear about Ryan Dunn,” Tweeted friend and Good Charlotte guitarist Benji Madden. “My thoughts & prayers are with his family.”
The reality TV stars Brody Jenner, wrote: “I just heard about Ryan Dunn … So sad. # RIPRYANDUNN.
Dunn was involved in an accident at the famous golf cart during the filming of Jackass for the first time during which Johnny Knoxville was wounded.
Driving the golf cart with Knoxville as a passenger when he tried to launch the vehicle into a sand bunker.
Knoxville was thrown from the car that fell on him, knocking him unconscious.
He also had a career season with a show of his or her own devastating, leading him to help victim’s jokes revenge.
Dunn also appeared in Blonde Ambition Jessica Simpson’s movie and NBC’s Law & Order: SVU.
More recently, he received Proving Ground in the cable network G4.
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