Bam Margera's Uncle Don Vito Allowed To Leave Colorado Following Sexual Assault Charges

Vincent Margera has to check in with the court twice a week, stay away from minors.

A judge ruled Monday that Vincent "Don Vito" Margera of "Viva La Bam" can leave Colorado and return to his Pennsylvania home while he awaits the next hearing in his court case involving two counts of sexual assault on a child.

According to a statement from the Jefferson County, Colorado, district attorney's office, Margera — "Viva La Bam" star Bam Margera's uncle — will remain free on $50,000 bond and be supervised during his release, during which he needs to check in with pretrial services officers twice a week. He is not allowed to have any contact with children younger than 18, cannot consume any drugs or alcohol and will be subject to random urine tests.

Vincent Margera, 50, was arrested on August 18 after allegedly inappropriately fondling or groping two underage girls during two separate incidents at a signing event at Woodward Skatepark at Colorado Mills Mall in Lakewood, Colorado (see "Bam Margera's Uncle Don Vito Held Without Bail On Suspicion Of Child Sexual Assault" and "Bam Margera's Uncle Don Vito Formally Charged With Child Sexual Assault").

Pamela Mackey, who represented Los Angeles Lakers star Kobe Bryant in his sexual assault case in Colorado in 2004, will also represent Margera. She couldn't be reached for comment at press time. So far, Margera has not made a plea in the case or a public statement about his arrest, and a spokesperson for the Margera family hasn't returned calls for comment.

If Margera travels for business, he has to first supply officials with his itinerary and explain where he's going, how, when, for how long and why, according to the district attorney's office. A preliminary hearing in the case is scheduled for October 31.