Sheriff: Will of ‘Tiger King’ star’s missing husband forged

Don Lewis’s Will was Forged, Claims Cop Probing Multi-millionaire's Missing Case

Anyone who has watched Tiger King on Netflix knows just how much the colourful character hated Carole with all of his might.

Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister confirmed to WTSP that Lewis' will, which gave Baskin control of his estate worth a reported $10 million, was forged. "They had two experts deem it 100 percent a forgery".

Chronister said he hopes "something pans out" so they can finally solve the case.

"The will had already been executed at that point", said Chronister, who is running for reelection.

Baskin has always denied playing a role in Lewis' disappearance.

Whilst Baskin would have been basking in her court victory, along with her supporters (those cool cats and kittens), she won't like the recent comments by the Sheriff in charge of investigating her former husband Don Lewis' (pictured up top) disappearance.

And though Exotic's team acknowledged that there are bigger issues that need more urgent attention right now, they believed that they must address Baskin's "treachery before it goes unchecked". Two handwriting experts also deemed Lewis' 1991 marriage license as the source from where the will's signature was copied, according to the MS newspaper.

His team posted a lengthy statement on the "Help Free Joe" website, in which the "Joe Exotic Team" said it was "praying for justice for the George Floyd family, as well as for an end to systemic racism in America". She has always denied it.

This month, a judge ruled in favor of Baskin's Big Cat Rescue in his lawsuit against Greater Wynnewood Development Group, LLC, once owned by Joe Exotic, giving it control of G.W. Zoo in Oklahoma.

Exotic, whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage, is now serving a 22-year federal prison for killing five tigers and plotting to have Baskin killed.



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