The friend confided to People Magazine:
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Would you honestly expect anything less than over-the-top from Steve-O?
The Jackass star was arrested earlier this month after he caused quite the commotion in Hollywood! Police responded to what they thought was a suicidal jumper who had climbed to the top of a construction crane in LA.
Donning a Blackfish t-shirt — as an obvious jab at the marine life attraction — Steve-O made his way to the crane's tippy top, all while carrying a giant inflatable whale!
Now he's facing not one, not two, but FIVE misdemeanor charges. Yikes!
Lately, former Jackass star Steve-O has been an extremely vocal supporter of animal rights.
But perhaps, his latest stunt went a little too far.
On Sunday, the comedian — whose real name is Stephen Glover — was arrested for climbing on top of a construction crane, carrying an inflatable orca, and wearing a Blackfish t-shirt in Hollywood, CA.
Anyone who says movies don't have an impact in real life can bite their tongue!
At least this time around!
Not only that, but it would also make SeaWorld provide the majestic animals with far larger sea pens! Hallelujah!
The bill would also make it illegal for
Thanks to The Simpsons' co-creator Sam Simon, Former NASCAR driver Leilani Munter is going to take her Blackfish car racing!
One of the only reasons she's even going to be able to enter her car in Talladega at all is because Sam helped her raise the massive $115,000 entry fee for the race.
Leilani was on Sam's radio show last week, taking about her car and how she's an orca-activist. He was apparently so moved by her that he
One incredible California lawmaker is going to introduce the Orca Welfare and Safety Act and it could change things in a big way forever!
State Assemblymember Richard Bloom, D–Santa Monica, is trying to make it illegal to "hold in captivity, or use, a wild-caught or captive-bred orca for performance or entertainment purposes."
The ban wouldn't only make it illegal to hold them captive for entertainment, it would also ban artificial insemination of captive killer whales and block the import of more orcas or orca semen.
California would basically become a safe haven for killer whales.
What would happen if someone were to violate the ban?
They would face a fine of up to
Well that didn't take long at all!
We have to admit, we were a bit puzzled by the move considering all of the negative attention surrounding the theme park lately, but some people were downright OUTRAGED by it and took to Twitter to share their frustration: