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Hairdresser claims Linda Hogan bought drugs

According to the St. Petersburg Times, Tracy Morgan claimed she cashed checks for Linda Hogan, which the mom of two allegedly used to buy prescription medication.
/ Source: Access Hollywood

A former hairdresser for Linda Hogan has claimed in court that the estranged wife of wrestler Hulk Hogan used some of the $40,000 she receives in alimony each month to buy drugs.

According to the St. Petersburg Times, Linda Hogan’s ex-hairdresser, Tracy Morgan, testified in a Florida court earlier today, and while on the stand claimed she cashed checks for Linda Hogan, which the mom of two allegedly used to buy prescription medication.

“She was actually buying drugs with the money,” Morgan said in court. “She told me that.”

Additionally, Morgan testified she saw Linda Hogan in possession of marijuana and pills.

Another newspaper, the Suncoast News, reported that Morgan testified that Linda Hogan’s favorite drug combination was smoking pot and taking Roxi, a heavy painkiller.

Morgan also claimed on the stand that Linda Hogan purchased and served alcohol to minors at a house party the night that her son, Nick Hogan, was released after serving five months in jail for felony reckless driving. Additionally, Morgan testified that Linda Hogan allowed the minors to use drugs during the party, the St. Petersburg Times reported.

Linda Hogan’s lawyer, Ray Rafool, shot down the claims, calling Morgan’s testimony “a complete fabrication.” He claimed that Linda Hogan wrote Morgan checks ahead of services rendered because Morgan said she was having financial difficulties, and has a terminally ill granddaughter.

Others, however, testified against Linda Hogan on Monday, including a truck driver who claimed to have seen Linda Hogan take cocaine on a boat.

The hearing followed a previous motion by Hulk Hogan to have the amount he pays his estranged wife each month reduced.

The hearing was continued to July 23.