SEX TAPE TRIAL: Hulk Hogan's Sex Partner Said She Was Encouraged To Have Sex With The Wrestler By Her Husband, Never Knew She Was Being Filmed

Heather Clem wept in court (left in her taped deposition on Wednesday) as she said her husband, radio DJ Bubba the Love Sponge urged her to have sex with Hulk Hogan, 62, (pictured, right, in court on Wednesday)

The woman at the centre of the Hulk Hogan sex tape trial was close to tears as she told how she discovered her husband had filmed her. Heather Clem said she was 'upset' after her husband, radio DJ Bubba the Love Sponge, showed her the explicit video several weeks after she had sex with the former wrestling star.

In a taped deposition played to the jury at the $100 million invasion privacy trial brought by Hogan against Gawker Media, Clem admitted she had sex with Hogan on three occasions.

She maintained neither she nor Hogan, who is using his real name Terry Bollea, had any idea their sexual encounter was being filmed.

Asked by lawyers about her reaction to the tape Clem said she was 'upset' and asked her husband (pictured together in 2009) to stop playing it. Clem said she asked her husband to destroy the tape, made in 2005

Under examination by Gawker's lawyers Clem said other sexual encounters with different men had been recorded by her husband at their home. She also denied any knowledge about the tape being leaked to New York based Gawker. 

In a 2015 deposition Clem said she had sex with Hogan at least three times, once being at the house she shared with Clem with whom she had an open marriage.

Heather Clem told her lawyers she was under the impression that the tape had been destroyed following her 2012 divorce. Hogan and his attorneys are suing Gawker for $100 million, saying his privacy was violated

Hogan's $100 million privacy invasion lawsuit against Gawker, who released the tape, has made international headlines with the media company defending its actions by citing US press freedoms.

Gawker Media founder Nick Denton testified that the website decided to post the sex tape as it deemed the content newsworthy. Gawker Media's Nick Denton defends the website's use of Hulk Hogan's sex tape

However Denton claims he did not see the video before its release by former Gawker editor AJ Daulerio in 2012.

This is the second week of testimony of the Florida civil case. 

Heather Clem testified she was not aware her encounter with Hulk Hogan we being filmed

  - via Daily Mail, 9news

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