Don Lewis’s Will was Forged, Claims Cop Probing Multi-millionaire's Missing Case

Lawrence Kim
June 6, 2020

It was a less than purr-fect ending for the tail of the Tiger King.

In the end, Joe Exotic's arch-nemesis Carole Baskin was awarded his bedraggled roadside zoo in Oklahoma.

A Florida sheriff says someone forged the will of the missing husband of Carole Baskin, a woman prominently featured in Netflix's "Tiger King" documentary series.

Donna says the will was determined to be a fake by a professional back then, but Carole had her own analyst claimed the opposite and got the judge to sign off. and Donna says her family didn't have the money or resources to fight her on it at the time.

Exotic - who starred in the smash hit Netflix docuseries Tiger King and is now serving a 22-year prison sentence for plotting to have Baskin killed - responded to the news via his management team.

Jeff told People that he and wife, Lauren Lowe are signed for a show that "will divulge a lot more information about the relationship between" him and Joseph Maldonado-Passage, who is now serving 22 years in prison.

He said Monday's ruling was "yet another emotional blow" to his "already fragile" state.

The statement said: "As hard as this news is, we refuse to accept defeat".

They said: "We've known Carole was going to prevail". We pray for the safety of the Tigers.

As a result, the GWDC are required to vacate the premises - which is made up of approximately 16 acres of land - within 120 days, as well as removing "all zoo animals from the Zoo Land", the lawsuit specifies, as reported by CNN. He has vowed to open a new Tiger King park.

Whilst Baskin would have been basking in her court victory, along with her supporters (those cool cats and kittens), she won't like the recent comments by the Sheriff in charge of investigating her former husband Don Lewis' (pictured up top) disappearance.

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