All that fighting for nothing!
Hulk Hogan has been battling Gawker over the release of a one-minute clip of him getting down and durrrty with radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge’s wife.
But now, the wrestling legend has backed down.
So unexpected of a man who sports a
tough and manly platinum blonde handlebar mustache. LOLz!
Hulk has dropped his $100 million lawsuit against Gawker for leaking the tape that was made six years ago.
While the case will be closed for now, Hulkster can refile as he dropped it “without prejudice.”
We're not one to bet, but we'd be surprised if Hulk let this drop altogether.
His bedroom behavior was just too awkward to be proud about it!
[Image via Jody Cortes/WENN.]
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Hulk Hogan has settled at least one of the three lawsuits he's pursuing since Gawker released a small portion of his secretly-recorded sex tape.
Even though Bubba the Love Sponge was fully aware that a camera was recording his buddy's bang sesh with his wife, Heather Clem, he has settled his dispute with the wrestler.
The DJ had previously said he suspected that Hulk "could have had something to do with the leak of it," but has now said otherwise on his radio show and explained:
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Haven't seen the free preview of Hulk Hogan's sex tape yet?
Even though he's suing the shiz out of Gawker for posting it, there's still time!
A federal judge has denied his attorney's request for the site to immediately remove the sensitive footage and explained:
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Hulk Hogan may be alone in his embarrassment over the leaked sex tape, which features Heather Clem riding his 59-year-old people's
elbow boner, but he isn't the only famous face that has been between her legs.
A source close to the wrestler's friend-turned-defendant has said that Bubba The Love Sponge's wife regularly banged his famous friends during their marriage. His radio staff know of "at least two other tapes involving notable names" and the insider explained:
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The upcoming legal battle over Hulk Hogan's sex tape is about to turn into a royal rumble — or a media circus.
While Hogan has sued both Bubba The Love Sponge and Heather Clem for secretly videotaping his boner in action, the former is using his radio show to tell his side of the story.
Despite sources that say the DJ "showed it to a bunch of people", Bubba swears he has "not seen the tape."
Not only does the wrestler's former friend call criticize him for being "self-centered", but he criticizes his kids too! He quipped something along the lines that Hulk is so delusional that he believes
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Woah! He means business!!!
We heard Hulk Hogan was planning on suing Bubba The Love Sponge and Heather Clem for secretly recording his sex session, but now his legal team has announced they're suing Gawker — the website that posted the 60-second clip — for $100 million!!!
Guess his team wasn't kidding around when they said "anyone displaying the tape will be held accountable to the fullest extent of the law."
Still not sure what he wants from his former friend and the girl he boned on camera, however we do know this — he wants every copy of that tape DESTROYED!
[Image via Ramey Pix.]
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Oh no! This is awful!
Walgreen Co. announced today that a list of customers' e-mail addresses have been compromised due to a hacking into their databases, and are now warning customers to not respond to any e-mails from the 'company' that ask for credit card or Social Security numbers, as well as any other personal information!
According to an e-mail statement:
"We want to assure you that the only information that was obtained was your e-mail address. Your prescription information, account and any other personally identifiable information were not at risk because such data is not contained in the e-mail system, and no access was gained to Walgreens consumer data systems."
Similar incidents have also happened recently to the McDonald's Corp. and Gawker.
Just terrible! We're just thankful that the hackers couldn't access anymore private information than they already have!
Hopefully whomever's behind this will be caught and dealt with accordingly - and soon!
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