The Hulk Hogan vs. Gawker trial is already messy and weird enough without ex-wife Linda Hogan getting in the mix, but here we are. Like many other trainwreck enthusiasts, Linda has been paying close attention to the trial, but has found flaws in Hulk’s testimony, or so she clams.
During his testimony, Hulk Hogan insisted that he signed on to do the reality show Hogan Knows Best to appease his wife’s aspirations for Hollywood fame. It seems like the only logical choice, given that WCW has folded and it’s too late for her to go full Hollywood and join the nWo, but we digress. Linda is claiming that’s a bunch of baloney, and refuses to take the blame for both the destruction of their marriage, and putting Brooke Hogan in front of a national audience. Linda first called out the Hulkster for lying on the stand in a statement to Radar Online:
“We as a family decided to do the show; no one made anyone do anything and certainly by then Hulk cared more about himself than my happiness,” she said.
“His testimony is false—Hulk has a tendency to say whatever he thinks he needs to say in his many different lawsuits (and often different depending on the lawsuit and who is asking the questions) if he thinks that will win the day,” she said.
Now, obviously wanting to put all of this drama behind her, Linda went on Inside Edition to tearfully recount how Hogan’s actions tore their family apart. Then she excitedly announced that she has written a letter she intends to send to him. Earmuffs, Hogan! Mail spoilers ahead:
Terry,YOU have single handedly ruined our 25-year marriage and our family … my trust, my love, my future, our future family with grandchildren, holidays, weddings, our kids’ lives, homes, their ability to trust, our poor animals, friends, neighbors, your career, finances, trademarks, retirement, your legacy, your reputation, your health… even your soul… You lost it ALL.
You took me for granted and never appreciated me or our beautiful family…blaming me for your horrendous mistakes.
And yet you continue in life this very way, still .. Hiding behind those sunglasses, false smile , oh … and the bandana!
Until you can really apologize, to me … And to our children … I will never ever forgive you.
Hrm. Seems biting, but maybe it would have been more effective if you wrote a poem instead?