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They are seeking unspecified punitive and compensatory damages, as well as interest, court costs and "delay damages as the law may allow."I don't really know what to say right now everybody, because the sadness is overwhelming, but today we lost one of our own. He died in a car wreck in West Goshen, Pennsylvania this morning at 3 a.m. Our hearts go out to his family and his beloved Angie. Skrillex dedicated his remix of the song "Cinema" to Dunn after a moment of silence.
Alkaline Trio also dedicated their song "Goodbye Forever" to Dunn on their fifteen-year anniversary tour.
While seeking treatment for it and Lyme disease, Dunn became depressed, eventually cutting off all contact with his friends, co-workers, and others for nearly two years, and did not participate in Jackassworld.com: 24 Hour Takeover, or any subsequent events related to the films and series.
He eventually returned to the Jackass cast in the production of Jackass 3D and Jackass 3.5 later saying that he was happy to rejoin the cast and had more enjoyment working on Jackass 3D than any previous film endeavors. He was buried at Highland Drive Cemetery, Brecksville, Ohio.
He co-starred along with Rob Dyrdek and Paul Rodriguez Jr.
Dunn was also featured on a show with fellow Jackass star Bam Margera about them traveling through Europe in a Viva la Bam-like show called Bam's World Domination for Spike.
Singer/songwriter Roger Alan Wade wrote and composed the song dedicated to Dunn titled, "The Light Outlives the Star." Occasional Jackass member Loomis Fall also wrote the song "Bid Farewell" in memory of Dunn.
Dunn co-hosted G4's Proving Ground along with Jessica Chobot, which made its premiere on June 14, 2011, six days before his death.
During shooting of the closing scenes for Jackass Number Two in 2006, Dunn injured his shoulder during one of his final bits, where he and co-star Bam Margera are pulled out of shot by a running horse by a rope tied around their feet.
Dunn dropped straight onto his shoulder, causing damage to the muscles and leading to a blood clot that was at one point life-threatening, due to its proximity to his heart and brain.
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