Tuesday marks two months since Seth Adams, 24, was shot by Palm Beach County Sheriff's Sgt. Michael Custer in the parking lot of his family's home and business.
TAMPA - Hulk Hogan's attempt to strong arm gossip website Gawker.com into taking down the sex tape that has caused a media frenzy over the last few weeks has been denied by a federal judge.
Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea, filed suits against Heather Clem, Bubba the Love Sponge and Gawker Media last week after a sex tape featuring the former pro-wrestler was posted on Gawker's site. (http://bit.ly/QIx49H )
A motion for Temporary Restraining Order was filed to try and force Gawker to remove the video.
The tape showed Hogan having sex with Heather Clem, who is the ex-wife of Hogan's former best friend and radio personality, DJ Bubba the Love Sponge, in 2006.
Bollea said he was taped having sex with his former friend's wife without his knowledge nor his consent.
Bollea claims Bubba leaked the tape to Gawker Media, and he is now suing Bubba for $15,000 and Gawker for $100 million.
The judge said Bollea failed to show how the tape would cause him irreparable damage.
Another hearing has been set for November 8.
More than a month after the fatal shooting of 24-year-old Seth Adams, his grieving family's unanswered questions include why Palm Beach County Sheriff's Sgt. Michael Custer did not come to his aid.
Sunday marked one month since the PBSO-involved shooting death of unarmed Loxahatchee Groves man Seth Adams.
The undercover Palm Beach County Sheriff's deputy who three weeks ago fatally shot Seth Adams after a late-night confrontation is back at work, a sheriff's spokeswoman confirmed.
The state is getting involved in the investigation of a Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy-involved shooting that left an unarmed Loxahatchee Groves man dead.
New records shed light on the events and timeline of the shooting incident involving a Loxahatchee Groves man killed by an undercover Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy three weeks ago.
His body riddled with bullets fired by an undercover Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy, Seth Adams was clinging to life as he crawled across a darkened parking lot for help, an attorney representing Adams' family said.
Crowds gathered in Loxahatchee Groves Sunday to say goodbye to Seth Adams, 24, who was unarmed when he was shot and killed by a Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy.
Despite the Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office insisting the deputy who shot and killed an unarmed man in Loxahatchee Groves was justified, many in the surrounding community are not buying that story.
It was an emotional Sunday night in Loxahatchee Groves as crowds gathered at the scene where an unarmed man was shot and killed by a Palm Beach County sheriff's deputy.