A jury awarded former wresting star Hulk Hogan $25.1 million in punitive damages Monday in his invasion-of-privacy case against Gawker Media.
The same six jurors took just six hours Friday to decide that Gawker was liable for the October 2012 publication of an amateur sex tape featuring Hogan -- whose real name is Terry Bollea -- and award him $60 million for emotional stress and $55 million for economic damages.
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