(UPDATED 4:30 p.m.- Good news for pro wrestler Hulk Hogan. A judge says most evidence in his lawsuit against gossip website Gawker will remain confidential until trial.
A partial victory for bay area pro wrestler Hulk Hogan.
A St. Petersburg judge is ordering website Gawker to let forensics experts look at its computers to see if Hogan’s sex tape was given to the National Enquirer.
Doing that would be a violation of the judge’s recent order that the tape will be kept between Gawker and Hogan’s lawyers for now.
Hulk, who’s real name is Terry Bollea, also wants $100 million for parts of the tape already made public by Gawker.
Several media outlets are trying to get their hands on that sex tape, which features Hogan having sex with the wife of radio DJ Bubba the Love Sponge Clem.