Transcripts From Hulk Hogan’s Three Sex Tapes With Heather Cole Spill Details Of Their Relationship

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Transcripts from the three sex tapes of Hulk Hogan and Heather Cole (then Clem) have been unsealed. They reveal all sorts of strange details about the relationship between Cole, her husband and Hogan.  

Cole married to Hogan’s best friend Bubba the Love Sponge when the tapes were recorded in 2007. Cole testified in court that her husband selected the men she have sex with. It seems, Hogan was one of his picks. 

The first tape shows Heather Cole giving Hogan oral sex while her husband walks in and out of the room talking to the pair. Hogan refers to Cole as his “Christmas present” while her husband puts on music and tells them he is going to “keep a lookout” in the office. 

The second tape features Cole and Hogan having sex. After they are done, Hogan complains that he has a long trip home. Then, like a gentleman, slaps his stomach and says: “I can’t believe I just ate. I feel like a pig.”

In the third tape, Hogan and Cole have intercourse again, and then he complains yet again, but this time about his children.

Hogan comments on his son’s 17-year-old girlfriend’s body.

“Nick’s girlfriend is only 17. She has a killer f****** body.”

He continues on: “The other night Nick is out and his dogs are playing tug of war with Nick’s and his girl’s underwear. Then Nick has another girl who is even hotter in Orlando. Then she wants to be the first to get me if I’m divorced. Hot commodity.”

At this point, Hogan makes racist comments about his daughter’s boyfriend, rapper Stacks. Hogan says if Brooke is going to date black men, he would prefer she date a basketball player because they are rich. 

A Florida jury awarded Hogan $115 million in damages after a portion of one of the sex tapes was published online by Gawker. The media organization intends to appeal the judgement.

Hogan says the tape destroyed his life: “I just haven’t felt like myself… this is still tearing me up. I haven’t been able to get back up to who I was before [the tape]… I’m not the same person I was since all this craziness happened.”


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