Hulk's publicist says he has no history of violence and denies ever stalking Linda. He referred to OJ "as part of a larger conversation to exemplify degrees of emotional turmoil" and "in no way approves of or justifies the OJ situation."
"It's just about the allegations and it's a whole publicity team that was on my husband's side that helped facilitate that," according to Hogan.
Despite the public accusations Hogan said she is not upset with her daughter.
"I love her more than anything. That's what makes me tick, my kids," Hogan said. "I told her many times 'Please come back. I want to be your Mom. I want to be there. I want to be a part of your life. I love you.'"
Brooke says her and her mother do not have a relationship but wishes her well and hopes "one day that will change."
Although her relationship with her daughter is strained, Hogan said she and son Nick are closer than ever, after his reckless driving accident that nearly killed his best friend.
Nick served five months in prison for the crime.
"That was the most devastating thing that ever happened," Hogan said. "They took him into custody right then and there which I wasn't prepared for at all. I thought I'd be able to give him a hug."
Hogan said Nick learned his lesson, calling it a "real growing up thing."
Her self confidence is back and she says "50 is the new 30." Hogan is living alone with her 24 pets says she will concentrate on her charity, "Pink Paws for Life."
Her fresh start does not include marriage right now, but she does not rule out another reality show, perhaps with Hill.
"It's my turn to take a bite out of the old apple and see what's out there for me," Hogan said. ''It makes you a tougher soul in a good way. I'm not bitter, I'm not angry ... anymore."