Privacy or free speech? Which will prevail?
On July 6, Hulk Hogan will take gossip site Gawker to court in Florida for publishing his sex tape on their website.
The 2006 video features the famed wrestler engaging in intercourse with Heather Clem, ex-wife of radio host and his friend "Bubba the Love Sponge" Clem.
This case is significant as it's the first time a celebrity who is taking legal action over a leaked sex tape will bring his or her case to a jury.
The athlete — real name Terry Gene Bollea — is asking for $100 million in damages, claiming he has suffered "injury, damage, loss, harm, anxiety, embarrassment, humiliation, shame and severe emotional distress."
One of the 61-year-old's lawyers — Charles Harder — believes releasing the tape violates his client's right to privacy.
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