TIGER King's Carole Baskin has sold rival Joe Exotic's former property and banned it from being a zoo for at least 100 years.
The long-time enemy of Joe Exotic sold the Oklahoma property – formerly known as The Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park – for $140,000 in June.
A judge granted Carole's Big Cat Rescue sanctuary control over Joe's former Oklahoma exotic animal park in Wynnewood back in mid-2020.
The move was done to satisfy the $1 million judgment she won against him in her long-standing trademark lawsuit.
According to TMZ, the sale also came with one huge stipulation, which prevents the new owners from using the property "to house exotic animals of any kind — or as a zoo, wildlife park or menagerie' for the next 100 years."
The new owners are also reportedly not allowed to name any new business on the property after anything related to its 'Tiger King' past, including Joe Exotic, G.W. Zoo, or anything with the word "tiger" or "big cat."
It comes as Netflix confirmed that Tiger King will be back on our screens for a second season – and sooner than you think.
It's been 18 months since Tiger King took the world by storm, with Joe Exotic shooting to superstardom.
Earlier this week, the streaming service announced that Tiger King 2 is "coming soon," at the top of the show's synopsis page.
While Netflix hasn't given a specific release date for the new season, a "coming soon" message is usually advertised two to three months before new programs come out.
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