Tuesday, October 16, 2012
Hogan suing Bubba the Love Sponge
TMZ reports that Hulk Hogan is suing his former best friend, Bubba the Love Sponge, for secretly taping his sexual encounter with Heather Clem, Bubba's wife.
Hogan will be suing Bubba for invasion of privacy, claiming that Bubba and Heather conspired to create the tape. Hogan will also be filing a federal lawsuit against the website that released the tape.
As noted earlier, Hogan had said that Bubba gave him his blessing to have sex with his wife, which occurred six years ago while Hogan was still married to Linda Hogan. Bubba aparently appears at the end of the video and tells his wife, "If we ever did want to retire, all we'd have to do is use this footage."
Article courtesy of TMZ.com.
BUBBA THE LOVE SPONGE: HULK HOGAN May Have Leaked Sex Tape
Bubba the Love Sponge just went on his radio show ... and claimed Hulk Hogan may have played a role in the release of the sex tape ... despite several public denials.
During the show, Bubba made it clear ... he and Hulk are no longer best friends -- in fact, it sounds like they pretty much hate each other's guts.
At one point in the show, Bubba called Hulk a "self-centered" man who has delusionally convinced himself that Nick was innocent in that 2007 car crash, Brooke actually has talent and that Linda is "whore." Bubba actually defends Linda throughout the show.
Bubba never really denied having anything to do with the sex tape -- but said, "I'm gonna be honest with you, I have not seen the tape ... including me supposedly bragging and being a horse's ass."
We broke the story, there is footage of Bubba on the sex tape ... talking about selling the footage if he ever wanted to be rich enough to retire.
On the radio show, Bubba continued, "At the end of the day, I can't even comment on the validity ... [Hulk] could have had something to do with the leak of it,"
Bubba also touched on the fact that he let Hulk have sex with his then-wife Heather Clem -- saying they all consensually agreed to it and reminding Hulk, "Nobody put a gun to your head."
TMZ broke the story, Hulk is suing Bubba and Heather for $100 million -- claiming they taped him without his consent.