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In celebrity sex tape scandal circles, it’s the lawsuit that changed everything.
Hulk Hogan won 0 million from Gawker after it published without consent a portion of a sex tape involving Hogan and his friend’s wife.
After the verdict, however, business for these crisis managers has slowed to a trickle, as celebrities no longer need them, because they are no longer concerned about their private pics or tapes getting picked up by gossip magazines and websites that have been scared off by the Hogan haul.
"The business has changed in the sense that a lot of news outlets now have trepidation when it comes to reporting stories on sex tapes.
Some are so scared about being sued, that the owners of some blogs are putting their assets offshore to protect themselves,” said Kevin Blatt, a crisis manager whose has helped make several celebrity sex tapes and hacked nude photos disappear.
“I heard one big owner of a blog has put his personal assets in offshore holdings so he can't get sued like [the owner of gawker] Nick Denton did personally.” Denton was ordered to play Hulk Hogan $10 million himself, and also declared bankruptcy.
Nik Richie runs the Hollywood gossip website The Dirty.