Former pro wrestler Hulk Hogan entered into a legal settlement with a radio host over a sex tape involving Hogan and the DJ's wife.
A statement by Hogan's publicist on Monday morning says the terms of the settlement are confidential.
In a lawsuit filed Oct. 15, Hogan said he had consensual sex with his best friend's wife, Heather Clem, six years ago in the Clems' home, but he didn't know he was being videotaped.
On Monday, Bubba 'The Love Sponge' Clem apologized to Hogan, whose real name is Terry Bollea. Clem also said that he's convinced Hogan was unaware he was being filmed.
"Regrettably, when Hulk filed the lawsuit against me, I instinctively went on the offensive. The things that I said about him and his children were not true," Clem said in a written statement. "I was wrong and I am deeply sorry for my reaction, and for the additional pain that it caused Hulk and his children on top of the pain that they already were feeling from having learned that Terry was taped without his knowledge, and the public release of the video."
A lawsuit is still pending against the gossip website Gawker, which put excerpts of the video on its site.