Latest Developments In The Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker.com Sex Tape Lawsuit
According to a recent St. Petersburg Tribune report out of Florida, Gawker.com is asking the judge in their case against Hulk Hogan over the infamous Hogan sex tape to give them access to Bubba The Love Sponge’s home in order to survey the home security set-up.
Gawker.com, which was the website that leaked footage of Hogan’s sex tape with Bubba’s ex-wife Heather Clem, contends that he knew he was being filmed.
One of the main points of contention from Hogan is that he was unaware that he was being filmed, which is why he believes his privacy was violated by Gawker.com, Bubba and Heather Clem.
Hogan initially settled his lawsuit against Bubba out-of-court, but then rolled all of his legal efforts into one suit against Gawker and Heather, who is alleged to have “had a role” in leaking the footage.
Gawker.com wants access to Bubba’s home to survey the security system to find out if it’s reasonable that Hogan could have been unaware that he was being filmed despite living in the home for a period of time.
For more details, check out the complete St. Petersburg Tribute report at TBO.com.