Carole Baskin Granted GW Zoo In Suit Against Joe Exotic Business

It looks like the 'Tiger King' story continues because Carole Baksin's Big Cat Rescue Corporation won a lawsuit against Joe Exotic's Greater Wynnewood Development Group which grants her the rights to the land in Garvin County.

The lawsuit began in 2016 when Big Cat Rescue Corporation sued both Greater Wynnewood Development Group and Shirley Schreibvogel, Joe Exotic's mother.

A judge ruled that the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park has 120 days to vacate the property and hand control over to Big Cat Rescue Corporation. The park is currently run by Jeff Lowe.

The title to the zoo land, all portable buildings, and several vehicles must be transferred to Baskin’s business.

All animals must be taken off the property as well, but no clear instructions on the animals’ ownership were given.

Joe Exotic released the following letter to his fans from prison in Fort Worth which was posted to Twitter:

Source: KFOR

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