A Florida judge has terminated the petition, which has urged to unseal the Hulk Hogan sex video. A group of media outfits have advocated the wish to unveil the case of the former WWE wrestler.
The news website Gawker has been sued by Hogan for showing an extremely intimate video with Heather Clem, a lady who happened to be the wife of Hogan’s friend at that time. Media outlets were calling for the three sex tapes to be released for viewing and reporting, but Pamela Campbell the judge who is presiding over the defamation lawsuit, has ordered it stay sealed.
The proceeding of the case remains an attention for the media as it changes its course since it started. In federal court, Gawker filed a public records request for more information about the investigation against them. The judge ordered it to be released but when it was put into public record in the civil case, the judge sealed the records. On the other hand, Gawkers lawyers have been continuing an information battle with the FBI as Los Angeles-based lawyer Keith Davidson is allegedly attempting to extort money from Hogan in exchange for keeping the sex tapes suppressed.
Well Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, was in trouble with that sex tape from another angle. A portion of his unauthorized sex tape includes a racist tirade and that led his career to reach a dwindling state. Back in July, he was removed from both WWE television and WWE.com and the company broke off his contract with them. The news is that he made a racist comment in this video though, when asked, he cited a reason behind it. Hogan explained that it was a vent due to the frustration about Brooke, her daughter who was somehow too attached with a coloured person. It’s quite relaxing news for the 66-year-old that the court has held back the motion of the media and kept the records concealed; the sex tape between him and the ex-wife of Bubba The Love Sponge.
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