Nick Hogan to remain in solitary confinement

The Superficial / June 3, 2008

A Florida judge has ruled that Nick Hogan will remain segregated from other inmates while serving his 8-month sentence after he pleaded no contest to a crash that left his friend John Graziano in a coma. The AP reports:

A judge on Tuesday denied Nick Bollea’s request to change the conditions of his jail sentence because solitary confinement is causing him “unbearable anxiety.”
Officials say he is segregated from other inmates in the county jail in Clearwater because he is a minor, even though he was convicted in adult court.

So, in legal terms, Nick’s lawyers claimed he’s suffering from “unbearable anxiety” to which the judge responded, “How bout he grow a pair?” God willing, this ruling has set a legal precedent for all future cases of bitch-assing.