Drunken Hulk is floored by porno clip doing the rounds

10 September 2009 - 14:24 By Tyla Peaks
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Celebrity and wrestler Hulk Hogan Picture: GETTY IMAGES
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Celebrity and wrestler Hulk Hogan Picture: GETTY IMAGES
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Celebrity and wrestler Hulk Hogan Picture: GETTY IMAGES
IN THE SPOTLIGHT: Celebrity and wrestler Hulk Hogan Picture: GETTY IMAGES

The New York Post reports that the tape has been offered to pornographic distributors for sale. But Hogan can't remember making the tape.

The wrestler said he had gone on a four-month sex and drinking binge after divorcing his wife, Linda, in 2009. "During that time, I don't even remember people's names, much less girls," he reportedly said.

TMZ website, which claims it had a preview of the tape, said it showed Hogan stripping off for sex with a woman - neither his former wife, nor Jennifer McDaniel, whom he married in 2010.

In the clip, he allegedly says "I started to work out again" while taking off his shirt.

A pornographic video distributor said there was likely to be a huge demand for the tape. Hogan claims he will sue if it gets out. I wonder if he has a leg to stand on, legally speaking.

No boobs please

HOLLYWOOD star Jennifer Aniston "pleaded" for a topless scene to be cut from her new movie Wanderlust, out of respect for her boyfriend and co-star Justin Theroux.

The New York Post reported that Aniston requested that a topless scene be replaced by a less revealing one.

In the final cut of the film Aniston is seen only from behind, with her breasts obscured.

A spokesman for Universal Pictures did not comment directly on the report, saying: "The scene was shot a bunch of different ways, and we have the best possible version."

Whatever the truth, you can be sure that many cinemagoers will show a special interest in that particular scene.

Sex addiction row

ACTOR David Duchovny is not charmed about fun being made of men who are sex addicts.

The X-Files star, who received treatment for sex addiction in the 1980s, is spitting mad about an article claiming that the condition was a "myth" and an excuse "for men who are in trouble with their wives".

In the report, psychologist David J Ley said that while stars like Duchovny, Tiger Woods and Michael Douglas had been treated for this addiction, it was no more than a "pop-psychology phenomenon".

He wrote: "The majority of men who enter sex-addiction treatment do so because they're in trouble with their wives for infidelity or merely for wanting more sex than she does."

The New York Post reported that Duchovny called in his lawyers to tell the writer - who also published a book on the issue - to stop making use of the actor's name and picture in relation to his claims on sex-addiction treatment.

Wonder if the writer will hear from Tiger soon?

The love game

WHEN soccer stars gets injured, they often come up with bizarre tales of woe. But the girlfriend of AC Milan and Ghana player Kevin "Prince" Boateng has a unique reason for the string of injuries he has suffered this season - too much sex.

Sports Illustrated model Melissa Satta said she and Boateng had sex up to 10 times a week. "That is ... why he is always injured," she told the Daily Mail.

She added that she "hated" foreplay. "I want to get straight to the point. My favourite position is on top so I can take control."

Boateng, who played for Tottenham and Portsmouth before moving to the Italian league, has not commented on his girlfriend's claims.

Mix 'n match

WHAT does the perfect woman look like? Well, a magazine believes it has come up with the perfect face, thanks to the whims of plastic surgery clients.

Using data from cosmetic surgeons around the world, Marie Claire magazine in Australia took the most-requested features from famous celebrities and put them into one face. The eyes are those of actress Anne Hathaway, the petite actress who hosted last year's Oscars, while the cheeks belong to Mad Men beauty January Jones.

Miss Perfect's mouth is that of sexy Scarlett Johansson, while Black Swan's Natalie Portman's nose gets the nod.

Unsurprisingly, Halle Berry's sculpted jawline was chosen as the ideal shape for a face - framed by country singer Taylor Swift's blonde locks.

I suppose we should not be surprised that the features all belong to American A-lister actresses.

The whole idea may seem like a joke, but plastic surgery isn't. In the US alone, around $10-billion will be spent on cosmetic procedures. That's a lot of dough.

Best bar none

A FORMER female prison warder is likely to end up behind bars after she admitted living it up with prisoners she was meant to be guarding.

The 41-year-old officer, Clara Espada, admitted having sex with male prisoners and selling them drugs, cigarettes and booze while she guarded prisoners.

The New York Daily News reported that Espada pleaded guilty to receiving bribes and having illicit sex during her stint at one of New York's most famous prisons, Rikers Island.

One of her former sex partners told investigators he slept with the warder and helped broker deals that netted her more than $300 a week over four months in early 2010. That's nice petty cash.

Good and bad

A LONDON plumber is having a hard time getting a date - because he looks like the late North Korean dictator Kim Jong-il.

Heartbroken William Cheong, 43, is even the same height as Jong-il. The Sun newspaper reports that Cheong had hoped that the despot's death at 69 from a heart attack in December would boost his love prospects. But the image of the dictator still lingers.

Cheong said it was no fun resembling Kim, but one good thing has come from it - he had been employed as a lookalike. He said: "It's great for my sideline as an actor - but not very good for my love life."

Enrique and Anna play it cool on marriage

ENRIQUE Iglesias has revealed why he has not yet proposed to tennis star Anna Kournikova, even though they have been lovers for nearly 11 years.

The singer, son of crooner Julio, referred to the Russian beauty as his "wife" during a concert late last year, but it was soon pointed out by friends that he had yet to ask her for her hand in marriage. Iglesias, 36, said he called her his wife because he thought it would be easier for the audience to understand than if he said "my girl".

And he said his feelings about marriage had probably been influenced by his parents' divorce. "I've never really thought marriage would make a difference," he told US Magazine. "I don't think you love someone more because of a piece of paper."

He said this did not mean he was not committed to his 30-year-old partner. "What makes a difference is that you're a good parent."

Luckily for him, it seems the tennis star shares his view on marriage. "It isn't important to me," Kournikova said last year.

"I'm in a happy relationship - that's all that matters."

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