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Gawker’s Denton Can’t Halt Hulk Hogan From Enforcing Verdict

  • Media executive misled court about company value, judge says
  • Denton says court erred: ‘There was no misrepresentation’
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Gawker Media founder Nick Denton lost his latest bid to halt enforcement of the $140 million verdict won by Hulk Hogan in an invasion-of-privacy lawsuit, according to a court document provided by the former pro wrestler’s attorney.

Florida Judge Pamela Campbell said Friday that she would let Hogan try to collect the jury award -- in part because, she said, Denton misled her at a June 10 hearing about the value of his company stock.