Hulk Hogan sex-tape lawsuit reaches confidential settlement

Pro wrestler Hulk Hogan has settled a lawsuit against a talk show host and two others he'd accused of taking part in leaking video of him having sex and using racist language.

Mike Calta, who hosts a morning drive talk show heard across Tampa Bay on Cox Media Group's 102.5-FM The Bone, was among those sued.

"My understanding is the lawsuit was amicably resolved by Cox and Hogan on terms that are confidential," he wrote in a direct message.

Court orders signed by defendants Matt Loyd, a former radio personality known as "Spice Boy", his ex-wife, Tasha Nicole Carrega, and Los Angeles lawyer Keith Davidson were filed on Thursday.

Davidson was the man who met Bollea at the Sandpearl Resort in Clearwater to receive a check for US$300,000 to stop the leak of the tape while FBI agents secretly watched.

A letter sent to judge Linda R. Allan by Bollea's attorney referenced a "confidential settlement reached between the parties".

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