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Dangerous Dad! Jeremy Renner Takes Toddler Daughter On Motorcycle WITHOUT A Helmet

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Oct. 23 2017, Published 8:38 p.m. ET

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Risky Jeremy Renner took his toddler, Ava, on a dangerous motorcycle ride and RadarOnline.com has obtained all the disturbing photos of the actor speeding the streets carrying the four-year-old in the front without a helmet or proper safety gear on!

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Renner, 46, was caught holding the tot in front as he sped around the streets in Los Angeles over the weekend.

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Little Ava, who he welcomed with his ex Sonni Pacheco in March 2013, was not wearing a helmet now was she safely secured during the ride.

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According to California state law: “Children must wear a full-faced , U.S. DOT compliant, properly-fitted motorcycle safety helmet. It should fit snugly so, in the event of an accident, it does not come off. “

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"The motorcycle should be equipped with passenger footrests and the child’s feet MUST be able to reach them,” states the rules and regulations handout on www.dmv.ca.gov.

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Meanwhile, Ava’s feet can be seen dangling as her famous dad holds her in front of him on the bike.

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What’s more — Ava, who was wearing a t-shirt, leggings and slip-on shoes, was not in regulation with CA state law, which requires children to wear "appropriate clothing,” including a "jacket made from a heavy material, and protective gloves that aid in the cild’s protection in an accident or fall.”

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The DMV also states in its rules that a child's shoes "should also be durable, and fastened tight enough to not come off in the event of a fall.”

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