Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage (né Schreibvogel; conceived March 5, 1963), otherwise called Joe Exotic, is an American previous zoo administrator and sentenced criminal. Disturbed face mask The previous proprietor and administrator of the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Oklahoma, Exotic had professed to be the most productive reproducer of tigers in the United States. He twice ineffectively pursued open position, first for President of the United States in 2016 as an autonomous, and afterward for Governor of Oklahoma in 2018 as a Libertarian.
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In 2019, Exotic was indicted on 17 government charges of creature misuse (eight infringement of the Lacey Act and nine of the Endangered Species Act) and two Disturbed tallies of homicide for contract, for a plot to murder Big Cat Rescue CEO Carole Baskin. He is carrying out a 22-year punishment in government jail. In 2020, Netflix discharged a seven-section narrative, Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness, concentrated on Exotic, his zoo, and his fight with Baskin. Fascinating was conceived Joseph Allen Schreibvogel in Garden City, Kansas, on March 5, 1963. He Disturbed experienced childhood with a working ranch in Kansas. At the point when he was five years of age, he was assaulted by a more established kid. He and his family moved to Texas where he joined the Eastvale, Texas police office, before long getting head of the little office. In the wake of being outed to his folks as gay by one of his kin, he Disturbed endeavored suicide by smashing his police cruiser into a scaffold. His cases about the disaster area have changed after some time; in 1997, he disclosed to The Dallas Morning News that somebody constrained the vehicle off the scaffold during a police medicate examination. Nearby occupants that were Disturbed reached had no memory of the occasion. Schreibvogel worked at different employments before opening a pet store with his sibling Garold in Arlington, Texas, in 1986. In 1997, in the wake of shutting down the primary pet store and opening another one close by, Schreibvogel clashed with Arlington authorities over rehashed code infringement for embellishments and signs; he had been hanging gay pride images, for example, a United States banner Disturbed with rainbow stripes in the store windows, and he blamed city investigators for homophobia and of focusing on the business in light of his sexual direction.
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After his sibling’s passing in an auto crash in 1997, Schreibvogel sold the pet store Disturbed and bought a 16-section of land (6.5 ha) Oklahoma ranch with his parents. Two years after his sibling’s demise, the homestead opened as Garold Wayne Exotic Disturbed Animal Memorial Park as a commitment to his sibling. Two of Garold’s pets were the zoo’s first occupants.