Carole Baskin, owner of Big Cat Rescue, has sold Joe Exotic's former animal park and stipulated that it cannot ever be used as a zoo or anything related to "Tiger King."
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"Kimba grabbed her arm and nearly tore it off at the shoulder," a statement says of the Thursday morning incident.
"As far as the way I feel about us, I think we are all one and I just don’t see us as being different genders or different colors or anything," the Big Cat Rescue founder said
A day after Antle was indicted, the last of the animals were removed from Joe Exotic's former zoo in Oklahoma.
‘Tiger King’ star Carole Baskin performed her finale feline-themed dance on ‘Dancing With the Stars,’ Monday night.
'Tiger King' celebrity Carole Baskin broke down in a rare display of emotions on Tuesday's 'Dancing With the Stars.'
Viewers took to Twitter to call out how "savage" the Lewis family was for airing the commercial right before Baskin's performance.
Woman claims her ex-husband who worked for Carole Baskin threatened to put her in a meat grinder "like I did Don."
Baskin also has a message for SNL's Kate McKinnon, who is set to portray her in an upcoming scripted TV series.
Don Lewis, who married Baskin in 1991, was last seen leaving his Tampa, Fla. home on Aug. 18, 1997.
Carole Baskin isn't happy to see wild cats appearing in Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion's new music video 'WAP.'
The zoo at the center of the “Tiger King” Netflix docuseries was searched by Oklahoma authorities Friday night after an investigation by The Travel Channel’s “Ghost Adventures” team led them to believe there were human remains on-site.“‘Ghost Adventures’ has been filming at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park for an upcoming episode of the series. Cadaver dogs were brought in as part of the team’s ghost investigation and did pick up a scent, which is currently being investigated further,” a spokesperson from The Travel Channel told TheWrap.Jeff Lowe, who operates the zoo, told KOCO 5 that the dogs honed in on an alligator pit on the property, prompting the trainers to be certain that human remains were nearby. Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation and Garvin County Sheriff Jim Mullett were called to the scene, and authorities began digging.Also Read: 'Tiger King' Directors Credit the Coronavirus' 'Captive Audience' for Show's Sensational SuccessThe sheriff considered the matter closed after they found no sign of human remains, although some small animal bones were uncovered. A source told TMZ that zoo operator and convicted felon Joe Exotic has said that the ashes of four people have been buried on the property as a memorial.“Tiger King” star Carole Baskin’s husband Don Lewis, has been missing since 1997. Baskin has assumed his estate, which has been valued to be worth an estimated $10 million, according to Fox News. Lewis’ family was cut out of the will, and though his body was never found, he was considered legally dead in 2002.In the third episode of “Tiger King,” Joe Exotic accuses Baskin of killing Lewis and feeding his body to the big cats at her wildlife rescue in Tampa. Baskin has previously denied having any involvement in her husband’s death.The paranormal investigation by “Ghost Adventures” is on pause but will proceed in time.Read original story ‘Tiger King’ Zoo Searched by Police After ‘Ghost Adventures’ Shocker At TheWrap
The will of Baskin's missing husband is "100 percent a forgery," Hillsborough County, Fla., Sheriff Chad Chronister says.
On Monday, a federal judge in Oklahoma ruled in favor of Baskin's Big Cat Rescue Corporation that will allow her to take control of the zoo formerly owned by her nemesis.
Score one for team Big Cat Rescue. A federal judge granted Carole Baskin control of the zoo formerly owned by Joseph Maldonado-Passage, also known as Joe Exotic from Netflix's "Tiger King." "The Courthouse News" reports that Baskin and Big Cat Rescue will soon have full control over Exotic's former zoo properties in Oklahoma. The imprisoned […]
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