Former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan (Terry Bollea) filed two lawsuits on Monday: one against his one-time best friend, Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, and Clem's former wife, Heather Clem, and one aginst Gawker Media, which published a sex video online of Hogan getting intimate with Heather.
Hard as you might try to get the image or mere thought of Hulk Hogan's sex tape out of your mind, new revelations keep putting it back in the spotlight. The most recent event to do so was Hogan's own appearance on the Howard Stern Show, during which he confirmed the sex tape dating to 2006, and alleged that his partner in crime was Heather Clam, who later went on to marry — and finally divorce — Bubba the Love Sponge, in a ceremony that featured Hogan as best man.
Most people know not to make the Hulk angry — you wouldn't like him when he's angry — but that's exactly what happened when Gawker released an edited minute of what alleges to be a sex tape of former WWE professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, 59 — real name Terry Bollea — on Thursday.
Kanye West, 35, who has been dating Kim Kardashian, 31, has had not one — but two — recent sex tapes leaked, and his legal team is already all over them. West's lawyer, Lisa M. Buckley, has released a statement advising that no one publish the videos or images from them, reports the Chicago Sun Times.
Olympic hurdler Lolo Jones, 30, is speaking out again about all those who have criticized her leap to fame and / or her lack of medal placement during the 2012 Olympics. The media has been following Jones closely, despite the fact that she never won a medal and just barely qualified for the 2012 summer games in London.
"Call Me Maybe" singer Carly Rae Jepsen, 26, the Canadian performer who came close to winning Canadian Idol in 2007 and more recently placed as Breakout Artist in the 2012 Teen Choice Awards, has recently been the subject of a sex tape scandal that she vociferously denies.
Minka Kelly, 32, the former girlfriend of New York Yankees baseball great Derek Jeter and the hot actress of The Roommate, Just Go with It, television's Friday Night Lights and new Charlie's Angels (to say nothing of the in-production flick, The Butler, in which Kelly will play former first lady Jackie Kennedy), might just have an unwelcome scandal of the Paris Hilton and Kim Kardashian variety on her hands.
A California judge has dropped kidnapping and assault charges that were linked to NBA star Shaquille O'Neal, The Los Angeles Times reports. The ruling came after the prosecution said there were problems with the credibility of the alleged victim, music producer Robert Ross, who claimed to have been abducted and pistol-whipped by seven gang members in 2008 in connection with a sex tape of O'Neal he claimed to possess.