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Tuesday, June 3, 2008

Hulk Hogan's Son Sues Over Jail-House Tapes

"Nick Bollea, 17, is suing a Florida sheirff's department for releasing tapes of his jail-house conversations with his mother and wrestler father Hulk Hogan, attorneys said Tuesday.

"The suit alleges that the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office violated Bollea's privacy rights and seeks to stop the sheriff from releasing further tapes.

'Nick only asks that he be treated no differently than the other inmates at the Pinellas County Jail,' says Bollea attorney Morris "Sandy" Weinberg." [People]

Let's rehash the controversial tapes for old time's sake. It'll remind us of the real reason he's suing.

The following transcript was reportedly taken from the 26 hours of audio released from Bollea's jail-house phone calls. The "negative person" being referred to is John Graziano, the passenger who was critically injured in the reckless driving accident Bollea is serving time for. Due to the crash, Graziano is expected to remain in a vegetative state for the rest of his life.

Hulk: "Well, I don't know what type of person John was. Or what he did to get himself in this situation. I know he was pretty aggressive and yelled at people and do stuff. And for some reason God laid some heavy shit on that kid. I don't know what he was into."

Nick: "He was a negative person.

Hulk: "He was what?"

Nick: "He was a negative person. Will you work on that Real-Ality deal?"

Hulk: "Yep"

Nick: "Get that lined up so the minute I walk out...wherever I walk out of it's there...boom."

Hulk: "Can you do it while you're on probation?"

Nick: "Of course."

Hulk: "Do you want to do it with Pink Sneakers or someone else?"

Nick: "I want to do it where I'll make the most money."


I'm not saying it's right that the tapes were released. It's wrong. But Bollea's Bitchassness overshadows the injustice; and it's clearly making him a target.

Don't know what I'm talking about? Catch up by clicking on the Nick Hogan tag and read my other posts on the subject.

Update: Well at least the courts have denied his request to get out of jail and go on house arrest. Bitch needs to repent. He still clearly doesn't get it. [DListed]


Anonymous said...

I've heard it all know, instead of thinking about how his carelessness, his total disreguard for rules and laws (that go along with having a license) has TOTALLY distroyed a young mans life. This spoiled brat who by his fathers name and money has given him opportunites( the rest of us can only dream about)to become anything he choose. The sky was the limit but instead he choose to disreguard common sence and has shown he has no reguard for anyone but himself. All this guy is focused on is himself and how hard his time is in jail.Its a punishment it is not inteaded for your comfort. Maybe he would like to trade places with the young man who's life his thoughlessness has destroyed forever.Look at it this way Nick after your short time in jail you can WALK out of the jail, BUT can your victim walk out of the hospital at the end of 8 months.Nick your sentance ends Mr.Grazianos DOESEN'T.

Jen said...

I feel you Anonymous. You make valid points. While I still don't think Nick (a kid) fully (or even partly) grasps the gravity of his situation, let's hope he does when he grows up a little.

I think you and I shared the same averse reaction to the tape transcripts. Even if I don't agree with how they were confiscated, they're nonetheless disturbing and sad.