Hulk Hogan has filed a police report over the publication of his sex tape, claiming it was unlawfully recorded and unlawfully published.
Hulk Hogan has filed a police report over the publication of his sex tape.
The 'TNA IMPACT' star is furious the footage of himself and Heather Clem - the estranged wife of his close friend Bubba the Love Sponge - surfaced online last week so is hoping law enforcement officers can help him track down who leaked the film.
According to gossip website TMZ, the wrestler's attorney David R. Houston filed a criminal police report in Clearwater, Florida, this morning (09.10.12), 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.
The action comes after Hulk - whose real name is Terry Bollea - sent a
cease-and-desist letter to Gawker, demanding the website remove the minute-long clip it posted.
So far, the footage is still available to view on the site.
The wrestler has admitted he is ''devastated'' by the video - which was shot six years ago - being leaked.
He said: ''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 and figure out who would do this to me.
''It's appalling. It's flipped my life totally upside down.''