For the duration of the press tour for “Jackass Without end,” Johnny Knoxville frequently denied rumors that the movie would be the very last installment of the “Jackass” franchise.
And that may well be real, though Knoxville & Co. are filming yet again, very likely on the new sequence “The Prank Patrol,” according to a lawsuit filed on Friday by a handyman who alleges he was the item of a recent prank. The ABC comedy series, set to premiere in 2023, characteristics Knoxville together with Eric Andre and Gabourey Sidibe pranking unsuspecting individuals and then deconstructing how the pranks are finished.
Khalil Khan filed the go well with in Long Beach Top-quality Courtroom, alleging that he was subjected to a “terrifying ordeal” soon after signing up for a task on TaskRabbit in Oct.
According to the criticism, Khan went to a residence for what he believed was a very simple maintenance position. He alleges that the property owner questioned him to repair service a dimmer swap, and then threatened to conquer him up if he didn’t do it ideal, expressing “I know jiu-jitsu.”
Within minutes, a lamp went out, and a young girl ran into the space screaming “You killed my pony.” Khan protested that he hadn’t accomplished anything, but the house owner and the female led him to a place in which it appeared that a pony was getting kept on a lifetime-help equipment.
Khan then appeared outside and observed that his automobile was becoming towed, according to the match. He took out his cellular phone to get in touch with the police, but 1 of the gentlemen explained to him that if he did so, he would be arrested for cocaine possession, and displayed a bag of white powder.
“At this place, Plaintiff was in a stress,” the lawsuit states. “In the span of just minutes, he had been threatened with becoming beaten up, informed he botched the repair position, accused of murdering a pony, experienced his vehicle taken without the need of his authorization, and was now staying instructed that he would be arrested for possession of illicit narcotics.”
Knoxville then emerged and uncovered that the entire matter was a prank, and that all of the members have been actors. Khan alleges that he was made available a handful of hundred pounds, and was predicted to chuckle the entire factor off.
“But Plaintiff was not amused, and remains unamused,” the go well with states. “He has been terribly shaken and traumatized by this episode.”
The suit alleges that Khan has experienced absence of sleep, stress and psychological distress. He also fears that if the incident is at any time produced to audiences, he will be subjected to “embarrassment and ridicule.”
A cell phone simply call to Knoxville’s output place of work was not immediately returned, and his reps did not instantly answer to a ask for for remark.
“Jackass Forever” was unveiled in February and grossed $80 million all over the world.