Nick “Hogan” Bollea Released From Prison After Wreckless Driving Accident


Some time ago we wrote about Nick Bollea, son of Hulk Hogan, turning 18 and being upgraded from juvenille hall to the real deal.  Shortly after midnight last night, Nick was released from prison after serving only 166 days of his 8 month sentence.  He was released early on good behavior. 

It’s been reported that Nick will be living on his own soon, although he will still be on probation with a suspended license.  There are also rumors that Nick is considering hosting his own reality TV show…like there isn’t enough garbage on TV these days. 

Source: The Mikey Morning Show in San Diego

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5 responses to “Nick “Hogan” Bollea Released From Prison After Wreckless Driving Accident

  1. Finally he is free! The fact that he was released on good behavior even makes it better. I think that experience is the best teacher and he has been taught well. We all deserve second chances.

    Teqwan

  2. It is really unfortunate that He is being released so soon. It is too soon. He is fine but his friend is going to pay for it for the rest of his life. The punishment should have been more severe.

    Antonia

  3. we do things at times that leave us regretting all our lives,the term served might have helped in correcting a person but we know that emotional scars are hard to erase.we can only hope that people take responsibility on their actions and make things a lot more easier for others.

    malcolm

  4. This is really unbelievable,the celebrity jurisprudence in this country is unnacceptable,Nick’s ‘little incident” resulted in his friend(who by luck survived the horrid crash)needing medical attention for the rest of his life(Now if only his injuries could also release him early on good behaviour),I’m also sure thia was coincidental with his turning 18 and being taken to the general population,so convenient he had to be released just before turning 18 and being sent to ‘genpop’,and we reward him with a reality show???

    Saleh

  5. Nick was released from prison after serving only 166 days of his 8 month sentence. He was released early on good behavior. Prior to this, he had been put in jail for being involved in a wreck less driving accident.

    Juanita

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