What a Jackass: Steve-O Arrested on Drug Charges

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We thought Gummi Bear getting popped for cocaine possession would be the best D-list celebrity arrest of the day, but Steve-O took issue.

The venerable Jackass actor was arrested on drug charges, an LAPD spokesperson said, and is currently kickin' it old school in the slammer.

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Officers were first called the scene at 5 a.m. this morning after hearing Steve-O was vandalizing the walls of his own apartment.

"It appears there were holes in the common wall adjacent to a neighbor," a police spokesperson said. We know the feeling, man.

Drugs were found at Steve-O's place after police arrived.

TMZ reports that Steve-O (real name Stephen Glover) was initially held in a citizen's arrest and that bail has not yet been set.

Strange behavior is nothing new for the Jackass jackass.

Way back in the day, in May 2003, he was jailed for five days in Sweden after joking about smuggling drugs in the country.

Two months after that ordeal, Steve-O was charged with disorderly conduct at a Lollapalooza concert in Pennsylvania.

Here's hoping for more posts about Steve-O naked and/or getting thrown in jail. This clown makes for some comical celebrity gossip!

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