This month, a judge ruled in favor of Baskin’s Big Cat Rescue in her lawsuit against the Wynnewood Development Group, LLC, once owned by Jo Exotic, which gave her control over GW. Oklahoma Zoo.
So his team talked about him on Twitter.
“While we acknowledge again that it is truly time to pray for justice for the George Floyd family and also to end systemic racism in America, we must address Carol [sic] Insulted Baskin before he went unchecked, “I read a tweet from an account managed by the Maldonado Passage management team.
His team posted a longer statement on “Help Free Joe”, where “Joe Exotic Team” said he was “praying for justice for the George Floyd family as well as ending the systemic racism in America.”
After a few lines, the statement said the Maldonado-Passage legal team was making appeals, while its media team was mobilizing popular support.
CNN has contacted Maldonado-Passage’s lawyer for comment and is awaiting a response.
A court order that granted Baskin control over GW. The zoo shows her 16 acres of land in Jarvin County, Oklahoma, as well as many cabins and vehicles, court records show.
The current zoo owner, “Tiger King”, supportive player Jeff Lowe, must vacate the building within 120 days of ordering and also remove all animals.
Lawyer’s lawyer told CNN that the ruling was not expected, and Lowe is currently focusing on opening a new “Tiger King” park within the next 120 days.
Jennifer Henderson of CNN and Holly Silverman contributed to this report.