/Carol Baskin has taken control of the former zoo at Joe Ecstasy

Carol Baskin has taken control of the former zoo at Joe Ecstasy

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Carol Baskin Tiger King will soon take over the Joseph Maldonado-Passage-run zoo, from an emergency Netflix document known as Emergency Fake Ecstasy.

G. W. The Overseas Living Memorial Park in Winwood, Oklahoma was previously under the control of Jeff Lowe in recent years, but the park has now been handed over to Baskin – the woman who tried to move Joe.

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Fox 25 reports that Baskin and his corporation gave Big Cat Rescue control of Oklahoma property by a judge who determined the property was transferred to Maldonado-Passage’s mother a few years ago, Fox 25 reported.

According to a copy of the judgment published by the Courthouse News Service, Lo has 120 days to leave the premises – including all his animals currently living there.

The ruling marks another turning point in the complex world of big cats kept in the United States.

Tiger King director Eric Goode told Entertainment Weekly in March that G.W. The exotic zoo was still open, but “basically played into the smoke.”

“Now no one is going and there is no source of income, and it’s been going on for a long time,” Good says. “It’s not something that’s just happening in today’s world.”

In a complaint filed in February 201 in, Big Cat Rescue has filed a lawsuit against Shirley M. Shrevevogel, the mother of Maldonado-Passage, alleging that the zoo transfer was a forgery.

The Courthouse News Service reported, “If the BCR wins the case in Florida, Joe Maldonado will transfer the land to the zoo to get out of the reach of creditors, including the BCR.

According to the Courthouse News Service, Maldonado-Passage’s mother admitted in 2015 that she “falsely transferred zoo land to Joe Maldonado in 2011 to avoid his creditors”.

Maldonado-Passage was sentenced to 22 years in prison in 2012 after he was found guilty of paying Hitman $ 3,000 to remove Baskin. The former zoo owner has also been convicted on several counts of violating the Lace Act to falsify wildlife records and endangered species laws. Maldonado-Passage filed a lawsuit earlier this year against several government agencies, as well as his former business partner, seeking $ 94 million in damages.