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Hulk's wife broke on $40,000 a month

Linda Bollea, wife of wrestler Hulk Hogan, is out of money — despite receiving $40,000 a month in temporary alimony payments.

In a hearing Thursday on other matters, one of Linda Bollea's attorneys asked Judge George W. Greer to set a hearing next month to talk about unfreezing some of the divorcing couple's assets for Linda's use.

An attorney for Hulk Hogan, whose legal name is Terry Bollea, said she wanted to see some proof from Linda's attorneys that the wrestling star's wife was tapped out.

"They have to tell me why she's out of money. They have to show me in bank statements," said Ann Loughridge Kerr.

In August, both sides in the divorce agreed Linda Bollea would get temporary alimony payments of $40,000 per month.

Terry Bollea also agreed to pay some monthly costs like repair and maintenance of their home on Willadel Drive, where Linda now lives.

But Linda Bollea's side said the husband is refusing to pay for cable, pest control, window washing and their security system.

Greer told Terry Bollea's attorneys their client should pay the cable, pest control and window washing bills — but not the security system payments. That is not Terry Bollea's responsibility, he said.

Jonathan Abel, Times staff writer

Hulk's wife broke on $40,000 a month 11/20/08 [Last modified: Thursday, November 27, 2008 12:27pm]
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