The docu-series Tiger King has become a phenomenon since it launched on Netflix, and Chrissy Teigen, Gwyneth Paltrow and Jared Leto are among the show's celebrity fans. This week, Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister took to Twitter in search of any leads related to the disappearance of Jack "Don" Lewis, the husband of docuseries subject Carole Baskin.
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Chronister said his office has received at least six new leads a day over the past week. "Most tips are more theories". It's a cold case, but if one Florida lawman has his way, it won't be for long.
"What we're hoping is maybe someone has had a change of heart, maybe a relationship status has changed".
Wrote Trump Jr. of the picture, "Hahahahaha I love the internet". All of the big cat keepers hate Baskin as she wants to free their animals from a life of cruelty but Joe Exotic despises her the most.
Since Tiger King's release, Baskin has called the series "salacious and sensational" and claimed it "lied" to attract viewers.
"Don was not easy to live with and like most couples, we had our moments", she wrote in a blog. "But I never threatened him and I certainly had nothing to do with his disappearance".
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Trump did not specify which hospitals were hoarding ventilators, nor did he provide evidence to back up his claims. But what Trump omitted was the remainder of the sentence. " 'President Trump is a ratings hit".
"When he disappeared, I did everything I could to assist the police". He would go to Costa Rica during the week I was having my menstrual cycle.
"The meat grinder shown in the video was enormous".
"I don't harm tigers", O'Neal said.
Plus, another excerpt read: "I honestly fear I am in danger of death or serious bodily injury because her prior husband is missing". Some have doubted the coincidence.
The release of Netflix's Tiger King documentary coinciding with everyone around the country beginning to practice social distancing amid the COVID-19 outbreak has made it a phenomenon here in the United States.
The show follows the story of Joe Exotic, an eccentric big cat and private zoo owner who was sent to prison in 2019 for ordering a hitman to murder rival animal rights activist Carole Baskin.
There is, of course, one major obstacle standing in the way of an Exotic presidency: Joe is now locked up in prison and is just starting his 22-year-long sentence for multiple charges including a failed murder-for-hire plot against his Big Cat rival. Neither attempt was successful.