Tiger King’s Carole Baskin Discusses Claims That Her First Husband Has Been ‘Found Alive’ | GMB

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For all you crazy cats and kittens, Carole Baskin is taking on Tiger King 2 with her very own series, Cage Fight. Carole has made no secret of how betrayed she felt by Tiger King producers and, with the G.W. Zoo in her control, she’s determined to clear her name and end the abuse of big cats as she investigates the damage that Joe Exotic left behind for her new 2-part documentary series, Cage Fight – which coincides with the return of Tiger King 2 to Netflix and continued search for Carole’s missing ex-husband, Don Lewis.

Broadcast on 29/11/21

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