Jackass Alum Bam Margera Is 'Back and Ready to Rock' After Completing Yearlong Rehab Program for Alcohol

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Bam Margera
Bam Margera

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Bam Margera is back home.

The Jackass star announced he's completed one year of treatment at a Florida rehabilitation center for alcohol.

"What's up, it's Bam Margera and I just got out of a year of treatment in Florida for alcohol, and now I'm back and ready to rock," he said in an Instagram Story, before announcing his involvement with the video app Cameo.

TMZ was first to report that Margera, 42, had successfully completed the year of in-house treatment before returning home. Margera told the outlet he'll continue to attend outpatient treatment as he reassimilates to life outside the facility.

Margera's wife, Nikki Boyd and son Phoenix, 4, relocated to an apartment complex near the treatment facility so Margera can continue his classes while living with his family.

In an Instagram post, Margera praised his family for supporting him through treatment.

RELATED: Johnny Knoxville Reflects on Bam Margera's Absence from Jackass Forever: 'Really Heartbreaking'

"In times of test, family is best 🤘💜," Margera captioned the photo of himself, Boyd and Phoenix.

Boyd previously filed for custody of Phoenix in September. At the time, she asked that Margera have monitored visitation rights, with Boyd having the final say on who the monitor is.

RELATED: Bam Margera Dismisses Wrongful Termination Lawsuit Against Johnny Knoxville, Paramount

In April, Margera dropped a wrongful termination lawsuit he'd filed against Johnny Knoxville and Paramount Pictures. The lawsuit alleged that he was the victim of "inhumane, abusive and discriminatory treatment" on the set of film Jackass Forever. PEOPLE obtained legal documents that seem to confirm Margera settled the lawsuit.

He told TMZ he's "happy" with the lawsuit outcome.

Bam Margera and Nicole Boyd
Bam Margera and Nicole Boyd

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Knoxville previously said Margera's absence from the movie was "heartbreaking" for the cast after Margera was only able to appear in one stunt.

"It's really heartbreaking," Knoxville told Variety. "I love Bam. We all love Bam. He's our brother, you know? You just hope that he takes it upon himself to get the help that he needs, because we all care about him a lot."