Heather Clem biography,other facts
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The love story of Heather Clem and the popular Bubba the Love Sponge host, Clem, has been full of ups and downs since the release of the infamous sex video linking her to former professional wrestler Hulk Hogan. Outside the viral sex scandal which further made her popular, Heather was already known for her well accomplished and outstanding career as a show host and someone who loves to keep fit.

Let’s learn some more facts about Heather Clem and her raunchy past with Hogan.

Who Exactly Is Heather Clem and How Old is She? 

Best known as the former second wife of radio presenter Bubba Clem, Heather Clem is a famous American TV personality. As an actress, she is best known for her role in a good number of hit-films some of which include Crafting with Connie and The Merman Prince for El Presidente Emperor Warlord! Heather changed her name to Heather Cole

She is a white American born on July 1, 1974, in an eastern U.S. state – West Virginia. Heather was raised by her parents in her hometown of West Virginia and she practices Christianity. No information has yet been released about her parents and siblings but as for her education, she was a student at the University of Arizona.

Heather grew up to become a charming young woman who apparently worked hard to earn the place she currently occupies in the celebrity ladder. Although nothing is yet revealed about how the star started, it’s no surprise to find her in the entertainment department. Her popularity earned her special roles in several movies and TV shows. She combines her acting career with a role as assistant director.

 Her Net Worth

Despite being a popular figure, Heather Clem has kept her net worth away from the public. However, while she was still the wife of Bubba the Love Sponge Clem, she shared his net worth which is around $6 million. It is also not know how much she earns from her acting roles in shows and movies.

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Heather Clem’s Personal Life And Affair With Hulk Hogan

Heather married Todd Alan Clem, aka, Bubba the Love Sponge, in January 2007. The two got married at the First Baptist Church located in St. Petersburg, Florida, with Hulk Hogan as the best man. Heather and Clem lived together happily as husband and wife until in 2010 when they separated and their divorce papers confirming legal separation was released on September 15, 2011. Heather and Clem’s separation appeared to be amicable and they had no child from their marriage.

Talking about her ex-husband, Clem – he is an Indiana native born in Warsaw, his father is a factory worker while his mother worked as a Warsaw city department head and a school bus driver. He also has a sister whose name is Tara. He dropped out of Indiana State University with the aim of becoming a dentist but later picked up a job as a radio host. Clem worked with radio stations like WFLZ and WXTB, both located in Tampa, Florida, Howard 101, among many others. He also has a company known as Bubba Radio Network.

Little was known about Heather being Clem’s ex-wife until the release of a sex tape involving her with Terry Bollea popularly known as Hulk Hogan. The sex video was actually leaked by a New York-based media company known as Gawker. Bubba Clem and Hogan are best of friends even before the former’s marriage to Heather. When the tape was released in 2012, it grabbed a lot of attention as Heather claimed she was not aware that Clem who was at that time her boyfriend was filming her affair with Hogan. She also claimed that while they were still dating, Bubba had suggested that she add Hogan to her list of sex partners which she did.

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Testifying in court after Hogan sued the owner of Gawker, Nick Denton, for violating his right to privacy, Heather revealed that she had met with Hogan four times including in her bedroom, Bubba’s studio, Hogan’s residence and at a Tennessee hotel and each of their meeting was at Bubba’s request.

When Heather Clem discovered the video, she reportedly asked him to destroy it but the release of the same tape on social media indicated that Bubba did not destroy it as promised. Hogan was later paid $140 million for the damage. After the scandal which she described as embarrassing, Heather Clem, who is now surnamed Cole now enjoys her single life as a mother to her daughter, Julia.

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