Hulk Hogan Denied Restraining Order Over Sex Tape

Radar Online is reporting that Hulk Hogan was denied a restraining order against Gawker.com that posted a clip of his sex tape with Heather Clem. Had he been successful, the website would have been forced to remove the clip.

A preliminary injunction hearing is scheduled for November 8, 2012 where counsel from both sides will make their arguments.

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  • _JIM_

    How is that site still allowed to be showing the tape if the person depicted in the tape doesn’t want it to be seen? This is one of the things that bothers me sbout the internet. It seems as though once something is posted online you can’t ever have it removed even if you are the person in what was posted. It seems wrong to me, extremely wrong in fact, that Hogan wasn’t awarded this restraining order. This judge basically ruled that a person has no rights to defend themselves if somebody posts something online about you or showing you that you don’t want to be posted. I think it’s B.S., and now I want Hogan to win this lawsuit even more than I did before. People have every right in the world to decide for themselves what videos showing themselves are posted, and they also have every right to defend themselves against whoever posted it. If I was Hogan i’d be very tempted to find the person who owns the site snd beat the living hell out of them.

  • snuggle

    Hogan brought this in himself. I don’t believe for a minute that he didn’t know about any of the tapes. Hogan shouldn’t have gotten involved with a friends wife, no matter the circumstances. It’s time to bite the bullet Terry.