Hulk Hogan’s son, Nick, served 166 days of an 8-month sentence for a reckless driving charge where he lost control of his dad’s Toyota Supra while street racing in Clearwater, Florida. He was released early for good behavior. Former Marine Graziano was not wearing a seatbelt and was ejected from the car Nick was driving. His friend sustained brain damage as a result. After Nick was released, Graziano’s guardian sued him for negligence leading to the crash. He said in jail he wanted to star in his own reality show after he was released. Graziano’s attorney, George Tragos, said it was a bad idea to capitalize on someone else’s loss. “It’s awful Nick is going to get a reality show because he went to jail because of the permanent harm he caused another human being,” Tragos said, according to the Tribune.