Hulk Hogan Files Police Report Over Leaked Sex Tape

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Hulk Hogan has filed a police report over the publication of his sex tape, which the wrestling legend was illegally recorded and released without his consent.

Despite still being married to ex-wife Linda at the time, Hulk can be seen shagging Heather Clem, the former wife of his best friend DJ Bubba the Love Sponge, in saucy footage released last week. Hulk’s attorney David R. Houston has filed a criminal police report in Clearwater, Florida, claiming whoever made the tape committed a felony by unlawfully recording Hulk without his consent and whoever leaked it broke the law by unlawfully running that footage.

On The Today Show Tuesday, Hogan, real name Terry Bollea, spoke candidly about the recent release of his sex tape. The former WWE superstar revealed that the tape was recorded — without his knowledge — more than six years ago.

“It was a bad choice and a very low point. I was with some friends and made a wrong choice. It has devastated me, I have never been this hurt. I’m going full-blown to try to find out who did this to me and why and what’s the motivation. It’s appalling. It’s flipped my life totally upside down.”

The tape is said to have “rattled” the new Mrs. Hogan/Bollea, Jennifer McDaniel.

“My new wife Jennifer is rattled, she is not used to being part of the media. It’s something devastating to me, I’ve never been through anything on this level.”

RadarOnline insiders say that Hulk fears the release of a second tape:

“After the first video was leaked he warned Linda [and children] Brooke and Nick that he could have been caught on camera in the past. The family is absolutely mortified…Only time will tell if another sex tape finds it way on the Internet. The family is certainly bracing for the worst.”

Reps for Hulk — whose real name is Terry Bollea — have sent a cease-and-desist letter to Gawker, demanding the website’s owners remove the minute-long clip. So far, the footage is still available to view on the site.

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