Former wrestler Hulk Hogan completely humiliated by sex tape

Former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan said he was "completely humiliated" by the publication of a video showing him having sex with the wife of his then best friend.

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"I was completely humiliated," he said. "It was even embarrassing as my character. Hulk Hogan was embarrassed."

Terry Bollea, known as professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, listens while testifying in his case against the news website Gawker at the Pinellas County Courthouse, in St. Petersburg, Fla., on Monday.

Testifying in his privacy lawsuit against the Gawker website, Hogan said he didn't authorize the tape to be made or authorize Gawker to publish it. Hogan said when he realized that his best friend, radio personality Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, was involved in making the tape, he began shaking uncontrollably. He added that he felt "badgered" by the Clems into having sex with Heather Clem.

Heather Clem with ex-husband Radio talk show host Bubba the Love SpongeRomp: Heather Clem with ex-husband Radio talk show host Bubba the Love Sponge (left)

Earlier, Hogan testified that he initially thought it was a joke when Clem said his wife wanted to have sex with Hogan. He testified that the Clems had an open marriage.

Hogan is suing Gawker for $100 million US for publishing the sex video.

The civil trial, which started Monday March 6, 2016 in downtown St. Petersburg, pits the rowdy wrestling star against a maverick news-gossip website, Gawker, known for pulling no punches with celebrities and other famous figures.

Terry Bollea aka Hulk Hogan takes the stand on first day of trial against Gawker

Both sides agree that in 2006, following a messy divorce, Hogan had sex with Heather Clem. Hogan's lawyers said there were three sexual encounters; at least one of them was captured on video.

It's unclear who leaked the video to Gawker and other media, but some police reports claim it was a disgruntled producer on Bubba Clem's radio show.

The wrestler said the incident occurred at a low-point as his marriage was ending, in a home where he had let down his guard.

Both sides claimed success after the trial's opening.

Lawyers for the wrestler highlighted his testimony about suffering, and Gawker pointed out the disparities in what he said in character as opposed to his true persona.

Hogan is expected to continue to give evidence on Tuesday.
Sources: CBC, Mirror

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