The zoo land previously owned by Tiger King star Joe Exotic has actually been turned over to Carole Baskin, his arch enemy from the hit show, according to United States media.
A court order has actually granted animal rights activist Baskin control of about 16 acres of land in Garvin County, Oklahoma, which is home to the GW Exotic Animal Boneyard.
Exotic had actually moved the park to his former business partner Jeff Lowe and his mom numerous years back, however a judge has actually now ruled that this action was deceptive.
The judge gave Baskin control of the land in lieu of payment of a $1m (₤800,000) judgment that Exotic had actually been purchased to pay her for copyright violation.
Tiger King: Murder, Trouble And Insanity, a documentary series that follows the strange world of big feline breeding in the United States and the fight in between Exotic and Baskin, has actually been a big hit for Netflix given that its launch in March.
Exotic, likewise called Joe Schreibvogel or Joe Maldonado-Passage, is currently serving a 22- year jail sentence for outlining to have Baskin eliminated.
All animals have to be off the property within 120 days, the judge’s judgment states.
Nevertheless, according to United States home entertainment website TMZ, Lowe is not too troubled about losing the land.
“We have long anticipated that the judge would eventually undo the 2016 land transfer,” he is estimated as stating. “We are thankful that he dragged out his decision this long and allowed us time to complete the new Tiger King Park in Thackerville Oklahoma.”
The brand-new Tiger King Park was opened last month.
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