The Hulk Hogan sex tape fiasco is becoming a ‘perfect storm’ of celebrity sleaze and as the principles respond publicly and more information becomes known it just gets more and more tawdry.
And there may be more where that came from–Hogan confirmed in an appearance on the Howard Stern show last week that he’d had sex with Heather Clem–ex wife of his then best friend Bubba the Love Sponge–on several occasions. Hogan didn’t confirm that there were more videos of the shenanigans but ‘sources’ close to the situation insist that there are multiple videotapes of Hogan and Clem in existence. And it could get even nastier for Hogan–an as of yet unnamed source says that they’ve seen footage of not only other sex tapes but a tape on which the former WCW/WWE champion goes on a ‘racial tirade’ where he drops the ‘n-bomb’ repeatedly. This source brought up the racist rant as a refutation that Hogan was behind the release of the original sex tape–the source arguing that he’d never want this to become public.
There may also be more sex tapes in existence featuring Heather Clem with what are being described as ‘B and C list celebrities’. Hogan and others have maintained that Bubba and Clem were ‘swingers’ and that they had taped these encounters with not only ‘The Hulkster’ but others. If the speculation of additional sex tapes featuring Clem and/or Hogan proves to be correct it would significantly undermine the position of Bubba the Love Sponge, who claimed on Tuesday that it was Hogan who ‘asked to have sex with his wife’ and that the source of the video was his household surveillance cameras. These claims were part of Bubba’s rambling and sometimes incoherent rant on his radio show–this was the first time that he’d publicly addressed the video tapes or the lawsuit against him and his ex wife filed by Hogan. Bubba implied that he’d be ‘teaming up’ with his ex-wife and that a countersuit could be in the offing.
As of yet, Hogan’s attorney didn’t respond to requests for comments on the reports of new tapes or the racially charged tape. Heather Clem also didn’t respond to requests for comments.