Bam Margera checks into rehab for the third time this month... after knocking back beers in LA following recent arrest

He is ready to come clean, and own up to his 'shenanigans'.

Bam Margera, the 39-year-old prankster of Jackass fame, has checked into a rehab facility, according to his most recent posts on social media.

On Thursday evening, the Pennsylvania native posted a black-and-white selfie where he is looking straight at the camera in with clear eyes, and accompanied the image with a frank proclamation.

Bam Margera, the 39-year-old prankster of Jackass fame, has checked into a rehab facility, according to his most recent posts on social media.

Bam Margera, the 39-year-old prankster of Jackass fame, has checked into a rehab facility, according to his most recent posts on social media.

'Today i stop my shenanigans as a promise to myself, and johnny monny knoxville,' Margera captioned the pic, with a shout-out to his Jackass compadre.

An hour later, he posted another selfie, this time with someone else in the background.

For that caption, he described the facility where he is now residing, Wavelengths, and introduced Warren, who runs the place.

'Warren boyd runs one of the best treatment centers in California. Wavelengths,' Margera began the caption.

An hour later, he posted another selfie, this time with someone else in the background

An hour later, he posted another selfie, this time with someone else in the background

Off the wagon: Just the day before, Bam was spotted at a Los Angeles bar before this third attempt to enter rehab in a month

Off the wagon: Just the day before, Bam was spotted at a Los Angeles bar before this third attempt to enter rehab in a month

Just the day before, Bam was spotted at a Los Angeles bar before this third attempt to enter rehab in a month.

He was seen in a TMZ clip drinking beer at the bar amid the outlet's report that he's headed to a rehab Thursday, with the full understanding that it is imperative in order for the star to get past this crisis time in his life.

The West Chester, Pennsylvania-born Margera, who's been on a spiral in recent weeks after an arrest and a falling out with his family, wants to remain sober, sources told the outlet.

Pre-rehab: He was seen in a clip drinking beer at the bar

Pre-rehab: He was seen in a clip drinking beer at the bar

Troubled: His last rehab stint was complicated by the facility's ban on phones, as sources said he'd hoped to communicate with his one-year-old son

Troubled: His last rehab stint was complicated by the facility's ban on phones, as sources said he'd hoped to communicate with his one-year-old son

Embattled: The West Chester, Pennsylvania native has been on a spiral in recent weeks amid an arrest and a falling out with his family

Embattled: The West Chester, Pennsylvania native has been on a spiral in recent weeks amid an arrest and a falling out with his family 

His last rehab stint was complicated by the facility's ban on phones, as sources said he'd hoped to communicate with his one-year-old son Phoenix Wolf (with his wife, Nicole Boyd). The Jackass alum wants to be able to have his phone with him constantly.

The Viva La Bam star's most recent stab at rehab came after a meeting with Dr. Phil McGraw, who told him he had to enter into a recovery stint spanning two to three months.

But things took another downturn after the meeting last week, as the TV personality, whose full name is Brandon Cole Margera, was arrested in connection with trespassing at the Luxe Hotel in Hollywood on August 14.

In the incident, Margera was initially placed under a citizen's arrest by a worker at the establishment, then by Los Angeles police officers, after behaving belligerently toward guests, the outlet reported.

Moving forward: Bam was seen posing with a support dog on social media Thursday

Moving forward: Bam was seen posing with a support dog on social media Thursday 

Proud parent: Bam posted a shot of his one-year-old son Phoenix Wolf with wife Nicole Boyd

Proud parent: Bam posted a shot of his one-year-old son Phoenix Wolf with wife Nicole Boyd 

He was seen in a clip sitting on the floor of the lobby and ignoring an officer's demands to rise. After he was bailed out, he checked into a rehab, but subsequently left.

It was not immediately clear where or when Margera was set to check into rehab Thursday, as he was active on his Instagram with a series of posts in which he showed off a shot of his son; posed in a selfie with a dog; skateboarded at a skate facility; and complained about his mother April's demands he tone things down on his Instagram account.

'It makes me feel better, it gets weight off of my shoulders,' he said. 'If I have two million fans who want to hear what's going on about my dirty laundry, I'm going to spill it the f*** out.

'Instagram is letting things go ... F-you mom.' 

Open book: Margera criticized his mother April for telling him to tamp things down on his Instagram account, saying it's an outlet for him to blow off steam

Open book: Margera criticized his mother April for telling him to tamp things down on his Instagram account, saying it's an outlet for him to blow off steam

Jackass alum Bam Margera checks into rehab for the third time this month, after drinking beer in LA

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