The little Hogan twerp is getting out earlier than we would have liked.
On October 21st, Hulk Hogan's son, Nick Bollea, returns to the streets - three months before he was originally sentenced to. His early release comes as a result of good behavior.
Filing a lawsuit against the prison is good behavior?
Or is it because he whined, bitched and cried so much that the other inmates wanted him out?
It's supposedly "standard procedure" for all inmates to use accumulated credit toward early release.
But, it's not exactly reassuring to know that idiots can return to the streets just for being "good." After all, Nick's reckless driving and resulting crash placed his passenger - John Graziano III - permanently on life support.
Nick was sentenced to 8 months in jail after pleading no contest to felony reckless driving charges. He began serving time immediately after his May 9th trial. In addition to the time, he also faces 500 hours of community service, 5 years probation, and a 3 year suspension on his driver's license.
So we're still safe for another 3 years.
Will Nick be a changed man?
Judging from his train wreck family…probably not.