In a recent interview with Matt Lauer, Linda Hogan talked about her new book, Wrestling the Hulk: My Life Against the Ropes. In the book, the
actor celebrity (I’m not entirely sure what to call her) person-famous-only-because-she-was-with-the-Hulk describes The Hulk’s tendencies to act out in violent fits of rage.
“[Hulk] tore my shirt,” she writes in the book. “He threw lamps. He held me down on the bed with his hands around my throat during arguments, slamming doors, pounding walls. I was always afraid he would kill me in one of his rages.”
She says she lived in a constant state of fear while living with the ex-wrestler. When Lauer asked if The Hulk ever apologized to her, she responded with, “He did not feel remorse — and to this day he’s never apologized for any of his actions.”
I can certainly believe these accusations, but never do I take what has been written in a celeb’s “autobiography” to be 100% true. And neither should you. Be wary with the words of celebrities, folks. Heed my warning!