Barrett Lawrance — a passenger in the silver Dodge Viper that was racing Nick in a Toyota Supra that day — confirmed they were driving at the high speeds and that "this is how [Nick and pals] always drive," according to the 130-page document released by the Clearwater Police Department in Florida.
But Nick's attorney, Morris "Sandy" Weinberg — who said he had not yet seen the documents — insisted his client was not driving 100 mph.
"The scientific evidence doesn't support anything like that," he was quoted as saying in the St. Petersburg Times.
According to the report, Nick — who has been charged with reckless driving with serious bodily injury and who had a breath-alcohol level of .02 or higher at the time of the crash — told police he was traveling 30 or 40 mph and did not know what road he was traveling on or what direction.
An investigator said Nick's speech was "mumbled and soft" and his eyes bloodshot.
Before the accident, Nick and his friends spent the day on a boat with Hogan.
According to the document, Hogan — who real name is Terry Bollea — bought $78 in beer and ice at Albertson's Liquor Store at 2:14 p.m.
Nick's friends, all of whom were at least 21, drank beer from bottles, the report said, but it is unknown what Nick drank; he held a plastic cup that afternoon.
“The report speaks for itself,” a rep for the Clearwater Police Department tells Usmagazine.com.
A rep for Hogan had no comment.
-get ready to be shawshanked in prison you little f**k! And I hope Daddy joins your dumb ass for serving you alcohol!