Hulk Hogan’s Son Faces Consequences as He Pleads Guilty to DUI

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Nick Bollea, son of WWE legend Hulk Hogan, has taken a guilty plea to driving under the influence (DUI) and a Move Over Act violation, according to court documents filed Friday.

On November 7, authorities arrested Bollea for speeding past a traffic stop and refusing to move over, despite police signaling for him to pull over.

An officer who apprehended Bollea reported the suspect had a distinct smell of alcohol on his breath, bloodshot eyes, and displayed signs of being unsteady, according to court documents.

Refusing a breath test was an additional incident, cited by the officer as evidence against Bollea.

Pleading guilty, Bollea was subsequently sentenced to one year of probation, subject to early termination after a minimum of six months, provided he remains law-abiding.

Furthemore, the accused is required to participate in DUI education programs, complete 100 hours of community service, surrender his license for 12 months, pay a fine of over $1,000, and undergo continuous substance abuse and testing for 120 days, under supervision.

This legal entanglement adds to an already convoluted history surrounding Bollea. In a tragic incident dating back to 2007, the 16-year-old was behind the wheel in a vehicle that crashed and left John Graziano severely injured. That lawsuit lingered for years until a 2008 hearing at which Bollea pleaded “no contest” to reckless driving related to the accident.

Nathaniel Rodriguez
Nathaniel Rodriguez
Digital Reporter. Originally a native of Puerto Rico, he moved throughout the southern United States before arriving at Enterprise, Alabama, where he graduated high school. He then attended Troy University to study broadcast journalism and Spanish and graduated in the summer of 2018. After four years of working with Troy TrojanVision News, he was awarded Best News Reporter at the Headliner’s Ball.

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