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HULK HOGAN WAS LYING

June 11, 2008 | celebrity | editor | 0 Comments

As if there was any real doubt, Hulk Hogan was lying last night on Larry King Live.  He claimed he said what he did on those jailhouse tapes because he had been going crazy for almost a month, with almost no sleep, while his son was on the brink of madness in solitary confinement.  Hulk said…

"… solitary confinement, most hardened criminals unravel after two or three days, Nick survived in there for 28-29 days.  During that period of time, while I’m sitting there, 28-29 days, with hardly any sleep, I did everything I could…"  

And he just kind of rambles on after that, but here’s the point: Nick Hogan began his jail sentence on May 9.  In the lawsuit filed by the Hogans against the Pinellas County Sheriffs Department for releasing the phone calls, page 2, line 17 says:

"Between May 10, 2008, and May 21, 2008, Defendant, in an unprecedented action, released to the media approximately 26 hours of Bolleas recorded telephone calls with his family."  

This means the tapes were made as early as the very first day.  At the very most Nick was in jail 11 days before Hulk said what he did.  I'm not good with numbers, but I'm pretty sure 29 is way more than 1. Hulk should just admit his little boy is a bitch and he's in jail and they know he can't handle it.  Linda Hogan said we should let Nick out and as a punishment give him a kitten but the kitten would have mange.  No, she didnt really say that but only because she hasn't thought of it yet.



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