Florida police are investigating calls to wrestler Hulk Hogan and his family from the family of the victim of a car crash involving Hogan's son Nick Bollea after threatening voicemails were played on the radio, FOXNews.com confirmed on Monday.
A spokeswoman for the Clearwater Police Department in Florida said they are conducting an "open investigation" into calls "made from the Graziano family to the Bollea family," but would not release any more information as the inquiry is ongoing.
Profanity-laced voicemails were played by Hogan family friend and radio host "Bubba the Love Sponge" on his radio show Monday morning, and were said to contain the voice of Frank Graziano, brother of John Graziano, who suffered serious head injuries last summer when Hogan's son Nick Bollea crashed his 1998 Toyota Supra into a tree after street racing.
In addition to referring to Hogan's estranged wife and daughter as "whores," the voicemail says "every Marine, every gangster, every lowlife, every crackhead and every scumbag is going to be looking" for Hogan and his "homosexual" son.
The man said to be Graziano also tells the wrestler he will "[urinate] on you and your family's grave" and "you and your family kept opening your f---ing mouth, so I'm going to put something in there, you scumbag."
Bollea is now serving an eight-month sentence after pleading no contest to a felony charge of reckless driving.