Earlier reports that Ryan Dunn had consumed eight drinks before getting behind the wheel and killing himself and his passenger were inaccurate, a Philadelphia-based Fox News affiliate reported this weekend.
Barnaby's of America in West Chester, PA, where a companion of Dunn's opened a tab at 10:30 on Sunday evening, had previously stated that bartenders served the Jackass star two beers and six shots over the course of his four-hour stay there. But meticulous scrutiny of bar tabs, videos, and photos along with witness interviews has led investigators to believe that Dunn was given three more drinks by fans sitting at a back table a distance away from the bar.
It is believed that Dunn accepted two shots (after initially resisting) and a beer from fans.
Although this brought his blood-alcohol level to a dangerously high level, the bar will not be charged as it is unlikely that the amount caused the experienced drinker to be visibly intoxicated.
Dunn, 34, had a blood alcohol level of .196 and was driving 130 MPH at the time of his deadly crash on Monday.
Both his blood alcohol and speed levels were well more than twice the legal limit. A person with a blood alcohol level of over .08 is considered legally drunk, and the speed limit on the stretch of Pennslyvania's Route 322 where the crash took place is 55 MPH.
The crash also killed Dunn's passenger and friend, Zachary Hartwell.
According to the West Goshen Township police report, Dunn's Porsche 911 GT3 was fully engulfed in flames when officers responding to a report of an auto accident near Route 322 and Pottstown Pike found it off the road and in the woods.
I've never seen a car destroyed in an automobile accident the way this car was even before it caught on fire, Carroll previously told RadarOnline. The automobile actually came apart. It was unbelievable and I've been on a lot of fatal accident scenes. This is by far the worse I've ever seen.
Dunn was known for living dangerously. The Jackass movies involve pranks and stunts that could be dangerous: In one case, a golf cart driven recklessly by Dunn caused his passenger Johnny Knoxville to be knocked unconscious.
Dunn was also a member of the Camp Kill Yourself Crew, known as the CKY crew, led by his best friend and fellow daredevil Bam Margera.