The Hulk Hogan Sex Scandal: What's The Weirdest Part?

Earlier this month, a one minute highlight video of Hulk Hogan having sex with a hot chick hit the Internet. Ordinarily, the Hulkster boning on film would have clearly be the most interesting part of this story, but thanks to the other star of the tape, there are several wrinkles that may actually be more fascinating.

The woman who got it on with the wrestler is Heather Clem, the former wife of Hulk’s longtime BFF Bubba The Love Sponge. The radio personality apparently offered up his woman to cheer up his buddy after his marriage started crumbling and then secretly filmed the encounter with Heather’s but not Hogan’s knowledge.

This morning, Hulk filed a one hundred million dollar lawsuit against Bubba, Heather and Gawker for publishing the one minute highlight video. It’s still unclear who actually turned the footage over to the popular website, but even if it wasn’t Bubba or Heather, the former WWE champion thinks they should be held responsible since the mere filming amounted to a violation of privacy.

There’s no way a one hundred million dollar judgment will come of this mess, but even if it does, it won’t be nearly as interesting as everything else going on here. This story features 1) the most famous wrestler of all-time having sex on film 2) with his best friend’s wife 3) while his best friend was secretly filming it. That’s one of the greatest celebrity gossip stories ever.

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