Nick Hogan, the son of professional wrestler Hulk Hogan, has been arrested for DUI in Florida again
According to police reports Nick Hogan, whose real name is Nicholas Bollea, was seen driving a Dodge Ram that was all over the road. After a brief chase Officers would pull Nick Hogan over and noticed a very strong smell of alcohol on his breath. Hogan refused to take a breathalyzer and would fail field sobriety tests
Nick Hogan would be arrested and charged with DUI
Back in 2007 Nick Hogan was driving drunk and would severely injure himself and a friend. The friend who will spend the rest of his life being cared for due to the injuries would sue Nick Hogan and would settle for 1.5 million. In that case Hogan would plead guilty to reckless driving and was sentenced to eight months in prison
Nick Hogan Case
Nick Hogan, son of the wrestling legend Hulk Hogan, was arrested in Clearwater on a charge of driving under the influence, according to police.
An arrest affidavit said at about 1:18 a.m. Saturday morning, officers who were conducting a stop on Gulf to Bay Boulevard spotted a Dodge Ram that was approaching them in a separate lane.
An officer used his flashlight to signal to Nick Hogan, whose legal name is Nicholas Bollea, that he must move another lane over and slow down, but police say that he did neither.
The Clearwater Police Department said another officer detected that the vehicle was speeding at 51 mph in a 40-mph zone on his in-car radar.
When Bollea was pulled over for a violation of the Move Over Law, officers said he showed signs of impairment, saying he was swaying and unsteady, had a “strong odor of an alcoholic beverage,” and had bloodshot, glassy eyes.
According to police, he refused to take a breathalyzer test but failed field sobriety tests.
Bollea previously made headlines in the late 2000s when he, at the age of 17, was involved in a serious crash that left him and his friend, John Graziano, in Bayfront Hospital on Aug. 26, 2007. This incident also happened in Clearwater.
According to Sam & Ash Injury Law, Bollea pled no contest to a charge of reckless driving in May 2008, getting a sentence of eight months in the county jail and five years of probation.
Graziano’s family also sued Bollea and Hulk Hogan for the victim’s injuries, which left him paralyzed and in need of nursing care for the rest of his life. The lawsuit ended in a $1.5 million settlement, the law firm said.