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Entertainment 'Tiger King': Joe Exotic Loses Zoo to Carole Baskin In Court Ruling

07:15  02 june  2020
07:15  02 june  2020 Source:   hollywoodreporter.com

'Tiger King': Carole Baskin Unwittingly Gave Her First Interview to Two YouTubers Disguised as Jimmy Fallon

  'Tiger King': Carole Baskin Unwittingly Gave Her First Interview to Two YouTubers Disguised as Jimmy Fallon In a bizarre prank only made possible by the coronavirus lockdown, two YouTubers used Zoom to disguise themselves as Jimmy Fallon and trick Carole Baskin into giving her first interview since the release of the hit Netflix docuseries "Tiger King." YouTubers Josh Pieters and Archie Manners reached out to Baskin claiming to be producers from "The Tonight Show With Jimmy Fallon" as part of a series of videos where they reached out to celebrities to see if they could make them think that they were appearing on late night shows being broadcast from the hosts' homes.

( Joe Exotic —the mulleted, gun-toting, cowboy at the show’s center is a combination of Joe Dirt and Arrested Development’s Gob, dabbling in magic shows and homemade Though some Tiger King characters raise questions about the legitimacy of Baskin ’s Big Cat Rescue operation—she charges a

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Joe Exotic is back in the news after a federal judge ruled that the jailed reality star of Tiger King has to handover his zoo properties to his arch-nemesis Carole Baskin as part of a $1 million trademark judgment.

Courthouse News reports that Baskin's Big Cat Rescue successfully proved to a U.S. District judge in Oklahoma City that Exotic (real name Joe Maldonado-Passage) fraudulently transferred the zoo properties to his mother Shirley M. Schreibvogel in 2011 in order to keep the properties out of the reach of creditors if he lost his long-running legal battles with the Florida-based animal sanctuary.

Tiger King's Carole Baskin on Being Duped Into Interview: 'I Appreciate Their Cleverness'

  Tiger King's Carole Baskin on Being Duped Into Interview: 'I Appreciate Their Cleverness' In a statement, the Big Cat Rescue owner said the prank gave her a "very welcome good laugh"After being duped into giving her first virtual sit-down since the premiere of Netflix's Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, Baskin released a statement about the prank.

Joe Exotic is currently serving a 22-year sentence for conspiring in a murder-for-hire plot targeting animal rights activist Carole Baskin . Among other subjects, “ Tiger King ” follows the rivalry between Baskin and Maldonado-Passage, an owner of a private zoo in Oklahoma.

Like Joe Exotic , Baskin is obsessed with tigers , lions, leopards, cheetahs and other wildcats, often wearing their prints on Don Lewis, a self-made millionaire, married Carole Baskin in 1991 and they opened Big Cat Rescue a year later. There was no indication that the couple was at all unhappy…until

In 2013, Exotic was ordered to pay Big Cat Rescue nearly $1 million to resolve a two-year-old trademark infringement lawsuit. The suit, which was featured in the Netflix docuseries, involved Exotic's use of logos and images that were very similar to those created and owned by Big Cat Rescue.

Big Cat Rescue sued Exotic's mother in 2016, claiming fraudulent that the transfer of the property was also featured in the docuseries.

“Schreibvogel later admitted under oath that the zoo land was transferred to her by Joe Maldonado to remove it from the reach of creditors, including BCR, should BCR win its Florida lawsuit,” the complaint stated. “Schreibvogel also admitted in 2015, via a confession of judgment she entered into to resolve a lawsuit filed against he by the Chapter 7 bankruptcy trustee overseeing Joe Maldonado’s personal bankruptcy estate, that the zoo land was fraudulently transferred to her by Joe Maldonado in 2011 to avoid his creditors.”

As part of the judgment, Big Cat Rescue was also awarded control of several cars and cabins on the property, with the judge ordering the current zoo operator to leave within 120 days and removing all animals on the property.

Exotic is currently serving 22 years in federal prison after being convicted of trying to hire a hitman to kill Baskin as well as falsifying animal records and violating the Endangered Species Act.

Released earlier this year, Tiger King, which primarily captured Exotic's long-running feud with Baskin, became a global phenomenon and led to other planned TV and film adaptations of the story.

Joe Exotic Says ‘My Soul Is Dead’ And ‘I’ll Be Dead In 2-3 Months’ .
Joe Exotic does not expect to last much longer in prison. The subject of Netflix’s “Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness” published a concerning letter from June 1. It was obtained by TMZ and addressed to his “supporters, fans and loved ones.” RELATED: ‘Tiger King’ Songwriter Shares New Song ‘Killer Carole’ “My soul is dead,The subject of Netflix's "Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness" published a concerning letter from June 1. It was obtained by TMZ and addressed to his "supporters, fans and loved ones.

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