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Hulk Hogan's son wants to be on a reality show after prison

Discussion in 'Balboa Park' started by wrbanwal, Jun 6, 2008.

  1. wrbanwal

    wrbanwal Well-Known Member

    Dec 27, 2005
    This shiit makes me sick.

    I can't stand Nancy Grace but this story is total BS.


    CLEARWATER, Florida (AP) -- A judge in Florida has said the 17-year-old son of pro wrestler Hulk Hogan should serve eight months in jail for reckless driving.

    Nick Bollea was led off to begin his sentence immediately after Friday's ruling. He will be on five years' probation and lose his driving privileges for three years.

    Authorities say Bollea was racing a friend in his father's sports car when he clipped a curb, spun out of control and slammed into a palm tree in downtown Clearwater, Florida, in August.


    Nick Bollea is serving eight months in jail after pleading no contest to causing a crash that seriously injured his friend. The 17-year-old is being held in solitary confinement at the Pinellas County Jail's medical ward because he's too young to join the jail's general population.

    But Bollea's lawyers say in a motion filed Friday the situation is causing him "unbearable anxiety." They say he spends up to 17 hours a day alone in his cell and does not have access to amenities like educational programs.

    They asked a judge to consider alternatives like releasing him with ankle monitoring until his 18th birthday or moving him to the jail's minimum-security section

    TAMPA, Florida (AP) -- Deputies at a west Florida jail have transferred Hulk Hogan's son out of solitary confinement into a communal cell.

    Nick Bollea has been moved to a cell with three other juvenile inmates.

    Seventeen-year-old Nick Bollea is sharing living space with three other juvenile inmates. He initially was segregated because he is a minor, albeit convicted in adult court. A judge denied a transfer request from his lawyers on Tuesday.

    Pinellas County Sheriff's Office spokeswoman Cecilia Barreda said housing assignments are routinely reviewed because the jail's population constantly changes. That created an opportunity to house juveniles together. Bollea is serving an eight-month sentence after pleading no contest to causing a crash that seriously injured his friend.


    F*** YOU HOGAN

  2. sdchrger

    sdchrger Well-Known Member

    Dec 8, 2005
    I saw Hulk Hogan at Leroy Selmon's restaurant in Tampa a couple of weeks ago. Someone in my party went over to say hi and Hulk wouldn't even acknowledge him.

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