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Tiger King’s Carole Baskin refuses to appear in the dealership episode



Carole Baskin has refused to appear in the rumored Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness reunion episode.

Big Cat Rescue owner, 58, who claims Netflix documentation is full of “lies and innuendos”, has said she was not contacted and would not attend.

Joe Exotic’s husband Dillon Passage also revealed that he was not “contacted” to be part of the live-dealer episode, which is yet to be confirmed by the streaming giant.

No reunion! Carole Baskin has refused to appear in the rumored Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness reunion episode

No reunion! Carole Baskin has refused to appear in the rumored Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness reunion episode

Carole’s representative told Entertainment Weekly: “We have not contacted a new episode and would not attend if we were asked.”

While Joe Exotic’s husband Dillon told Andy Cohen on Monday during his SiriusXM show: ‘It’s going to be a live episode, which is a reunion. Netflix did not contact me to be a part of it. ‘

When asked if Carole would participate, he added: ‘I have no idea. It’s more like a talent interview. That’s how [producers] described it. ‘

“Lies and innuendos”: Big Cat Rescue owner, 58, who claims the Netflix documentation is full of “lies and innuendos”, has said she did not approach and would not participate (her enemy Joe Exotic pictured in his crime photo )

Docuseries: The hit series filmed in Oklahoma followed former zoo owner Joe (pictured), who is currently serving 22 years in 17 animal abuse bills and a murder-for-hire plot of his arch nemesis Carole, a big cat campaigner from Tampa, Florida

Docuseries: The hit series filmed in Oklahoma followed former zoo owner Joe (pictured), who is currently serving 22 years in 17 animal abuse bills and a murder-for-hire plot of his arch nemesis Carole, a big cat campaigner from Tampa, Florida

The rumors of the reunion episode have yet to be confirmed by Netflix and were revealed only last week by Jeff Lowe.

Jeff, 67, who took over Joe’s G.W Zoo, said he was filming with the Giant streaming and the episode would be released this week.

He shared a video with his wife Lauren Dropla, 28, on Twitter last week, saying: “Netflix is ​​adding another episode, it will be next week, the movies here tomorrow.”

The hit series filmed in Oklahoma followed former zoo owner Joe Exotic, who is currently serving 22 years in 17 animal abuse bills and a murder-for-hire plot of his arch nemesis Carole, a big-cat campaign from Tampa, Florida.

Exciting: Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage told Andy Cohen on Monday during his SiriusXM show that there will be a live reunion episode and that he did not approach to attend it

Exciting: Joe Exotic’s husband Dillon Passage told Andy Cohen on Monday during his SiriusXM show that there will be a live reunion episode and that he did not approach to attend it

Released: The rumored reunion episode has yet to be confirmed by Netflix and was only revealed last week by Jeff Lowe

Released: The rumored reunion episode has yet to be confirmed by Netflix and was only revealed last week by Jeff Lowe

This comes after Carole posted the documentary last week in a post on her Big Cat Rescue website.

The 58-year-old animal rights activist was particularly upset that the seven-part series raises the possibility that she was involved in the disappearance of her husband Jack ‘Don’ Lewis.

Her post suggests that the late businessman suffered from dementia and appeared uncomfortable during the weeks leading up to his disappearance, and she attributes many of the conspiracy theories to his friends and contacts with Joe Exotic.

Carole opened her long post with a video with her current husband Howard Baskin, who claimed that the filmmakers originally proposed a documentary like Blackfish, which focuses on the treatment of Orcas in aquatic theme parks.

Turns out: It comes after Carole posted on the documentary last week in a post on her Big Cat Rescue website (photo with current husband Howard)

Turns out: It comes after Carole posted on the documentary last week in a post on her Big Cat Rescue website (photo with current husband Howard)

Misleading: Carole's post opened with a video of her current husband Howard Baskin claiming that the documentary producers presented their film as an update on Blackfish

Misleading: Carole’s post opened with a video of her current husband Howard Baskin claiming that the documentary producers presented their film as an update on Blackfish

“When the directors of the Netflix documentary Tiger King came to us five years ago, they said they wanted to do the big cat version of Blackfish (the documentary who abused SeaWorld),” Carole wrote.

“It would reveal the misery caused by the over-breeding of large kittens for small-puppy exploitation and the horrible life that cats lead in zoos by the roads and backyards if they survive.”

But she said that the series that was ultimately produced had “the only goal of being as funny and sensational as possible to draw viewers.”

Falling apart: Carole was particularly upset that the seven-part series raises the possibility that she was involved in the disappearance of her husband Jack 'Don' Lewis (pictured), something she strongly denies

Falling apart: Carole was particularly upset that the seven-part series raises the possibility that she was involved in the disappearance of her husband Jack ‘Don’ Lewis (pictured), something she strongly denies

She went on to trace “lies and innuendos from people who are not trustworthy” who claimed she was involved in 1997 as her husband Don Lewis disappeared.

Carole claimed that he gradually showed signs of “mental deterioration” for several years until his disappearance.

Following the success of Netflix hit Tiger King, Investigation Discovery recently revealed that it will be investigating whether Carole murdered her missing man in a limited series, Investigating the Strange World of Joe Exotic.

Notes: Her post indicates that the expelled businessman suffered from dementia and appeared uncomfortable during the weeks leading up to his disappearance, and she attributes many of the conspiracy theories to his friends and contacts with Joe Exotic

Notes: Her post indicates that the expelled businessman suffered from dementia and appeared uncomfortable during the weeks leading up to his disappearance, and she attributes many of the conspiracy theories to his friends and contacts with Joe Exotic


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