AceShowbiz - Bam Margera's estranged wife is apparently so used to his meltdown. Nicole "Nikki" Boys has responded after the former professional skateboarder threatened to smoke weed until he's dead unless he can see their son Phoenix. But instead of being moved, she has stressed that Bam has got no one but himself to blame for his issues.
Nikki's attorney David Glass told TMZ on Thursday, June 1, "Unfortunately, that's not how the addictions work. People's behavior does not drive others to drink." He argued, "This is a typical defense mechanism, and it shows that Bam may not have learned much in his past addiction's treatment."
"You have to take responsibility for your own actions," the attorney added, before relaying a message from his client, "Nikki sincerely hopes that Bam can first achieve and then maintain sobriety, for his own good, and for the good of their son."
Nikki's attorney issued the statement after Bam posted an alarming message on social media, blaming his estranged wife Nikki and other relatives for driving him to drink. "This is an official message to anybody that cares about me whatsoever," he said in a video after not being able to see his son.
"I haven't seen Phoenix in two f**king months and I am so f**king fed up," he lamented. "I cry every day, I miss him so much and I know I have to wake up everyday knowing that I probably won't get to talk to him or see him."
The 43-year-old continued his rant, "So yes Nicki drives me to f**king drink, so does my f**king mom and so does my f**king pep-talking dad who tells me nothing but I am a f**king fat loser piece of s**t drug addict."
The "Jackass" star went on threatening, "I am going to smoke crack with the bums down at the boardwalk until I am dead or unless you deliver me f**king Phoenix. So get to work Nicki or anybody that wants to help. I want Phoenix."
Nikki is asking for sole physical and legal custody of their 5-year-old after filing for legal separation in February. She's also asking for $15,000 a month in child support.
Recently, Bam's lawyer Peter W. Thompson claimed the former couple had unsuccessfully tried to set up a routine where he would speak to his son via FaceTime. Her attorney claimed that she observed Bam acting "inappropriately" while interacting with their son. Bam's camp, meanwhile, argued that they find it "completely unreasonable" Nikki will not pick up the FaceTime or phone calls he has made, as it poses no danger to the child.