Testimony in Hulk Hogan's lawsuit against Gawker Media grew extremely explicit Tuesday, with detailed references to Hogan's sex life and sexual parts.
Hogan is suing Gawker for $100 million over publication of a sex video.
Under cross-examination, an attorney for the media company played several clips and showed exhibits that indicated Hogan has publicly discussed sex and other intimate details about his life over the course of many years.
In one audio clip from the Bubba The Love Sponge Show, the DJ and Hogan discussed the length of Hogan's penis.
Hogan said that he did these interviews and media spots under the Hulk Hogan character, and not as his real-life personality, Terry Bollea.
The sex tape depicts Hogan and Bubba Clem's wife.
Several other people took the stand on Tuesday, including a broadcast engineer who worked for Bubba The Love Sponge Clem.
David Rice testified that he installed a camera in Clem's bedroom, but someone needed to manually push a button to make a recording.
Hogan is suing Gawker for posting an edited version of a sex tape of him and Clem's wife, taken in Clem's bedroom.
In other testimony, Tony Burton, a talent agent for a radio competitor of Clem's, said he provided the sex video to Gawker. The agent for Mike Calta, said he didn't get it from Calta, but from someone Calta knew.
Testimony resumes Wednesday morning.