A private funeral service for 'Jackass' star Ryan Dunn, who died in a high-speed car crash on Monday, was held on Wednesday.

'Jackass' frontman Johnny Knoxville led the mourners at the ceremony, which was held at a funeral home in West Chester in Philadelphia, Daily Mail reported.

'Jackass' co-stars, friends and family members of Dunn attended the ceremony. Dunn’s best friend Brandon Bam Margera and his parents April and Phil Margera, also attended.

Meanwhile, the notorious Westboro Baptist Church (WBC) announced on Tuesday that they will protest any public service held for Dunn.

In a press release headlined RYAN DUNN IS IN HELL, it said: WBC will picket any public memorial/funeral held for Dunn, warning all not to make a mock of sin and to fear and obey God.

Dunn, 32 years old at the time of his death, made a career out of being a daredevil and pushing the limits of societal norms. He is survived by his parents and the love of his life, Angela M. Cuturic.

A new police report has been released about the June 20th fatal accident of Dunn, which says the actor was extremely intoxicated when he crashed his car at around 2:30 am. His black Porsche GT3, moving at 130 to 140 mph, went off the guard rail and into the ravine before it hit a tree and caught fire.

The crash instantly killed Dunn and a passenger named Zachary Hartwell, who also worked as a production assistant in the 'Jackass 2' movie.