• Bam Margera was escorted to a rehab facility in Florida on Sept. 26 by officers who responded to an "emotional disturbance" call
  • A 911 caller alleged the "Jackass" star attacked a woman and tore her breast implant before being taken to the treatment center
  •  A rep for Margera called the 911 call "demonstrably and utterly false"

A 911 caller claimed Bam Margera allegedly "attacked" a woman in his hotel room while under the influence of cocaine before he was taken to a rehab facility in Florida by police on Sept. 26.

In the 911 call Page Six obtained from the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office, the unidentified caller, who claimed that he was there for a "pick-up order," alleged to the dispatcher that the people inside the 42-year-old "Jackass" star's room were "doing cocaine." The man did not say which individuals specifically were doing drugs.

The caller then alleged that Margera "attacked her, grabbed her breast, and she said she thinks he tore her implant," referencing the star's alleged victim.

A rep for Margera called the 911 call "demonstrably and utterly false" and said the star was at the hotel room with his 65-year-old "clean and sober" aunt before police "escorted Bam back to rehab and made no charges whatsoever against him."

Last week, Margera told TMZ that his recent rehab stint was due to a concerned loved one reporting him to authorities after seeing a photo of him with a drink in his hand.

However, in the 911 call, the caller claimed that there were two women with Margera at the time he placed the call but did not specify which one was the victim of the alleged attack.

According to the caller, one of the women was an alleged prostitute, while the other was an unidentified woman he referred to as Margera's alleged "minder," which is a person whose job it is to look after someone.

The man also told police that at the time of the 911 call, he had not seen Margera "yet today." The alleged "minder" filled him in on the allegations, he said.

The dispatcher asked the caller whether the alleged victim needed a paramedic, to which the caller replied that he wasn't sure. When asked if the skateboarder and stunt performer was under the influence, the caller responded, "Absolutely, there’s no question about it," adding, "He’s really highly intoxicated."

The man also claimed Margera has escaped from three treatment centers in the last two months.

However, Margera's spokesperson claimed in a statement to Page Six that the allegations in the 911 call were "likely made by people who have an ax to grind against Bam in his lawsuit against Paramount. There are multi-million dollars at stake because of the abuse Bam faced at the hands of Paramount, and his supposed friends Johnny Knoxville, Spike Jonze, Jeff Tremaine and others."

"We are investigating these false allegations and false statements made in the police report, and are considering taking action as we learn more against the perpetrator of this false and defamatory report," the rep stated.

When police were dispatched to the Don CeSar hotel for the Sept. 26 incident following an "emotional disturbance" call, officers found Margera had an ex parte order, which is a judge's order for court-ordered rehabilitation. The transfer to the rehab center was not considered an arrest, and no criminal charges were filed.

Margera told TMZ last month that he had spent 140 days in a facility in Arizona for his manic bipolar disorder before being transferred to an outpatient facility in Florida.

According to the TV star, he started killing time at a casino while waiting for the arrival of his wife Nicole Boyd and their 3-year-old son Phoenix, whose flight was delayed. He claimed fans took photos of him holding a drink in his hand, which led to a loved one calling law enforcement.

Bam Margera Bam Margera Photo: Reuters