Thursday, August 30, 2007

Hogan Update - Passenger most likely has brain damage

To update on the condition of John J. Graziano, the 22-year-old who was riding with Nick "Hogan" Bollea in the front passenger seat when he crashed his car into a palm tree on Sunday night. are reporting that he still remains in critical condition and is possibly facing brain damage according to his grandmother Catherine.
In the Tampa Tribune features an article on John J. Graziano, reporting that he is a Marine who recently returned from a tour of duty in Iraq. While Nick Bollea hasn’t been charged as of yet, the article says "eyewitnesses alleged they spotted Nick's Toyota Supra racing a silver Dodge Viper prior to the accident". A spokesman from the Clearwater, FL police department said "Everything that happened [on Sunday night] was because of excessive speed. When the car hit, it largely exploded or disintegrated."
Hulk Hogan’s son has a history of speeding. In the last year he has had three speeding tickets according to Florida state driving records obtained by TMZ. The first one was September last year, where he was ticketed for driving 105 MPH in a 70 MPH zone in Collier County. In February he was caught driving at 57 MPH in a 30 MPH zone in Dade County. More recently he was ticketed for driving 106 MPH in a 70 MPH zone in Osceola County.
The St. Petersburg Times reports that Pinellas Park, FL police also cited Nick for a fourth speeding offence on August 10 where he was driving at 82 MPH in a 45 MPH zone. Due to the court status still pending, it doesn’t show on his state record. Nick "Hogan" Bollea is reportedly due to appear in court on September 10 for his fourth offence, which was a construction zone that had workers in attendance.

**HULK, come out of the woodwork you f**king coward, bitch! Admit your son is a loser, you suck as parent and your kid belongs in jail for the rest of his worthless f**king life! Stop caudaling him! And to the State of FL - CHARGE THIS BASTARD! HOW IN THE HELL IS HE STILL DRIVING AFTER 4 SPEEDING TICKETS? WHY WAS HIS LICENSE NOT TAKEN AWAY?

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