LOS ANGELES (KABC) -- "Jackass" stuntman Steve-O has been charged in connection to an incident earlier this month where he climbed to the top of a crane in Hollywood and allegedly set off fireworks.
Steve-O, whose real name is Steven Glover, was charged with creating a false emergency, use of unregistered fireworks, storing fireworks without a permit, possession of fireworks without a permit and trespass.
The first four charges carry a maximum sentence of one year in county jail and a $1,000 fine. The last count of trespass may result in 180 days in jail and $500. The fireworks charges also carry a minimum $500 fine.
City prosecutors will ask for restitution, but an exact amount has yet to be determined.
On Aug. 9, Steve-O climbed to the top of a crane with an inflatable Orca in a self-proclaimed attempt to protest SeaWorld. More than 80 firefighters, five ambulances and a helicopter were deployed.
Parts of the incident were documented on his social media accounts. Steve-O eventually voluntarily climbed back down and was arrested.
He is scheduled to be back in court on Aug. 31.
'Jackass' star Steve-O charged in crane stunt