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also known as Nick Hogan, is an American reality personality and actor, best known as the son of semi-retired professional wrestler Hulk Hogan and for his appearances on the reality show Hogan Knows Best (and its spinoff, Brooke Knows Best) alongside his father, mother Linda, and older sibling Brooke.Bollea was involved in a car accident in which he crashed into a tree as result of driving under the influence of alcohol and racing his automobile on August 26, 2007.He spent May 9, 2008 to October 21, 2008 in Pinellas County Jail as a result.

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Bollea earned a Formula D competition license in 2006 from Formula Drift, the only professional drifting series in North America, and competed in one of their competitions, the event in Atlanta on May 12, 2007.

Bollea was active in the NOPI Drift series, qualified 10th at the Denver NOPI drift event of 2007, and placed third at their Pittsburgh event.

Bollea occasionally attended amateur drifting competitions. According to Chris Tyler, a drift event organizer, Bollea attended an event the Friday prior to the crash of Nick's Toyota Supra.

Bollea did not compete; he gave drifting demonstrations between the runs of competitors.

Bollea's celebrity status and enthusiasm for drifting attracted sponsors.

He was briefly signed to Dodge, but company spokesman Todd Goyer said that he "is not a Dodge driver or a Mopar driver", and that his relationship with Dodge/Mopar ended two months prior to his 2007 crash.

John Graziano (the veteran Marine injured in the Supra crash) and Danny Jacobs (the driver of the silver Viper, seen with the Supra at the time of the crash) worked in Nick Bollea's pit crew during 2007 in St. On September 13, 2006, in Bay Harbor Islands, Florida, Bollea was driving a yellow 2001 Lamborghini Diablo VT owned by Cecile Barker (chairman of So Be Entertainment, the record label attached to his sister) when it caught on fire.

Miami-Dade Fire Rescue spokesman Paul Perry said, "It was a normal car fire.

It happens a bunch of times every day and nobody notices." On February 8, 2007, he was ticketed in Miami-Dade County, Florida for driving 57 mph (92 km/h) in a 30 mph (48 km/h) zone, and on April 25, 2007, he was ticketed and received four points on his license for driving 106 mph (171 km/h) in a 70 mph (113 km/h) zone in Osceola County.

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