Tiger King: Joe Exotic’s zoo handed over to rival Carole Baskin


The ruling, published by Courthouse News, says Lowe has 120 days to vacate the premises, including all of his animals now living there.

Zoo owner and Netflix hero Joe Exotic has officially suffered his greatest blow yet after judges in Oklahoma awarded Carole Basking control of his zoo.

The controversial doc series star remains behind bars serving a 22-year prison sentence after being convicted on multiple offenses, including two charges of murder-for-hire in a plot against Baskin.

Ms Schreibvogel is alleged to have admitted that the transfer of ownership was fraudulent. It also failed to accurately portray Big Cat Rescue, a legitimate animal sanctuary that is independently accredited by the Global Federation of Animal Sanctuaries (GFAS).

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"The Courthouse News" reports that Baskin and Big Cat Rescue will soon have full control over Exotic's former zoo properties in Oklahoma.

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So, in a wild turn of events, Baskin has successfully sued Exotic (a.k.a. Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage) for trademark infringement and as a result, robbed him of his zoo. This most recent judgment found that ownership of the zoo was fraudulently transferred to Mr Exotic's mother in an attempt to avoid paying that judgment.

A federal judge has ruled that Baskin will soon be allowed to take over his Oklahoma roadside zoo. He fought back with videos depicting Baskin feeding her missing husband to her tigers.

Exotic has recently said he's "done" with the Carole Baskin saga.

Subtitled Murder, Mayhem and Madness, Tiger King has been a huge hit for Netflix since its release in March, with the notoriously cagey streaming giant revealing in April that the show had been watched by 64m households.

Animal rights group PETA says they want to make sure that the park is closed for good.