American reality TV star VINCENT 'DON VITO' MARGERA has been found guilty of two counts of sexual assault against children. The Viva La Bam star - the uncle of Jackass regular Bam Margera - collapsed to the floor screaming, "Just kill me now!" when the verdict was read out in a Jefferson County, Colorado courtroom on Wednesday (31Oct07). Margera had pleaded not guilty to allegations he groped three underage girls at an MTV appearance in a Colorado mall in August 2006 - he was found guilty on two counts, but acquitted on another. The 51-year-old faces up to six years in prison on each conviction when he is sentenced on 20 December (07). Margera still faces 12 felony charges of violating his bail conditions, which include no contact with anyone below the age of 18 and a ban on drugs and alcohol, after he was charged with the three counts of sexual assault earlier this year (07).
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