• Oct 21st 2008 at 10:27AM
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The incarceration of Nick "Hogan" Bollea has come to an end after just 166 days. Offspring of famous WWE wrestler Terry "Hulk Hogan" Bollea, the youngest Hogan had been sentenced to eight months in jail for reckless driving last May after crashing his dad's souped up yellow Toyota Supra in Florida back in August 2007. Though Bollea walked away from the crash with minor injuries, his friend, John Graziano, who was riding shotgun at the time, sustained serious injuries that will require medical care for the rest of his life. In addition to serving jail time, Bollea will also be on probation for five years and have his license suspended for three. Bollea was apparently a model inmate, getting off early on account of "good time" credit earned while in the clink. TMZ.com reports that after reuniting with his mother outside the jailhouse, the ex-con returned home to a "thumping party" complete with cops on hand to keep things in check. He also returned home to a set of divorced parents and a really hot sister, and the public is on the edge of its seat waiting to hear if Nick was really serious about starting a reality show based on his oh-so-interesting life. You can check out video of Nick's reunion with this mom (or his sister, who can tell?) by clicking here.


[Source: TMZ.com]


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      • 6 Years Ago
      John Graziano paralyzed for life, and one less supra in the world...and this prick celebrates with a party and may have his own tv show..
      • 6 Years Ago
        • 6 Years Ago
        Wow, just wow! unbelievable!
        • 6 Years Ago
        First time I saw that article I thought of Nick.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I hope his dad gets him a GT-R... so when he decides to do something stupid his transmission breaks :p
      • 6 Years Ago
      No winners here.
      Heal what can be healed.
      • 6 Years Ago
      LOL Some great comments here! I especially like the one with Hogan getting him a GT-R to see how fast he can "Hulk Smash" the hell out of the tranny.

      Let's see if he gets a part in F&F4, I wanna see if he plays Paul Walker's long lost distant cousin in a pink Eclipse, then races Vin Diesel, SLR guy, Stefan Eriksson, a few Dubai drifters, Barack Obama and Tony Danza in a Death Race style drag race.

      --RS
      • 6 Years Ago
      that's really unfair...
      • 6 Years Ago
      With three pages of comments so far. Everyone seems to agree that Nick is an idiot.

      The issue seems to be the friend. I had friends who were bad drivers growing up. I would not even get in the car with them sober. He MUST have known Nick was a bad driver, since most of us in the rest of the world already knew that, with him running into stuff with his "race cars".

      Then to get in Nicks car, drunk and without a seat belt. Seems like "Darwinism" at its best.


      Also, not sure if this has been mentioned, but I feel the worst for that poor helpless Supra. What a wonderful car, then Nick paints it that HORRIBLE yellow, puts on a God awful body kit, then runs it into a tree!
      • 6 Years Ago
      Are you all sure that other idiot who's paralyzed now didn't go :"pedal to the metal maann.... you're the maannn" ?

      RED
      • 1 Year Ago
      Their name not hogan it is Bolllea. Hogan is a stage name and is a fake name.
      • 6 Years Ago
      NeutralNathan @ Oct 21st 2008 10:57AM
      Well his friend made the personal choice not to wear a seatbelt, and this is what happened. While Nick made a serious error by crashing the car, so too did his friend by not buckling up. Lesson learned.

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      When I read statements like this the first thing that comes to my mind is the writer is a total moron.

      Nick was thrown from the car and reason no real damage to him.
      The other guy was found still in the seat and the frame of the head rest was found jammed into his brain and your giving us the crap he was the one not wearing a seatbelt.

      From that you conclude he is half a fault is like saying every passenger is also at fault when a fricking punk cannot handle driving a lowlife riceburner 4-banger.

      Interesting the guy now a carrot did 2 tours of duty and you joystickers blame the right seat in controlling the pedals.

      No wonder you drive a used honda.

      Oh by the way it was proven someone took the belt off the guy before the cops got there.
        • 6 Years Ago
        Don't feed the trolls.
        • 6 Years Ago
        You may have a point in here somewhere, but due to your seemingly discriminatory remarks toward the Japanese and imports in general many, including myself, will for the most part disregard it. And yes I think they're all at fault for what happened to them. By the way, the Supra came with a V6, either naturally aspirated or twin turbocharged to about 320 horsepower. Obviously the Supra in question was probably modified far beyond those limits.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I've always liked the Hogans, but quite frankly I feel more sorry for the car and John Graziano. Nick Hogan, you are officially a douchebag in my book, not to mention a stupid one. On the bright side though, in pictures 10 and 11, it looks like that cars engine could be salvaged. Only one of the pipes from the turbo has popped off, and I'm sure the rest of the damage is minor to the engine. It would be a shame to let that 2JZ block go to waste.
      • 6 Years Ago
      I know John Graziano had a head would, but I didn't realize how bad it was until I saw this video of him in the hospital. (WARNING: it's gruesome, though it's on YouTube, so I suppose it's safe for work):

      http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3QFVWrPiEXA

      This is why you never:
      1) drive without a seatbelt
      2) be friends with Nick Bollea
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