TIGER King's Carole Baskin is 'to tell her side of the story' in an explosive new animal abuse documentary.
The 59-year-old rose to fame on the Netflix smash hit documentary series but refused to sign up for a second season after it focused on her bizarre feud with fellow Big Cat owner Joe Exotic.
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Carole branded the documentary a "freak show" and now plans to set the record straight with her own programme.
Carole told Radio Times: "There’s some other people out there working on some different pieces of this that will show [my side of the story] to a certain extent.
"I can’t talk about their productions because they haven’t aired yet.
"We are negotiating to come out with our own series but our series isn’t about that, it’s actually about the work that we’ve been doing all these years which is to expose the animal abusers, expose what people don’t see behind closed doors to the public and then put pressure on law enforcement to actually enforce the laws."
Carole had always believed that was what Tiger King was originally going to be about, and claims it was only when she saw the final version of the show that she realised it had been made personal, focusing on her feud with Joe, 57.
Joe is currently serving a 22-year jail term for plotting to kill rival and Big Cat Rescue owner, Carole.
Earlier this week, Joe appeared to turn on husband Dillon Passage in a worrying message from jail saying: "You win, you can have it all."
Joe posted a cryptic message on Twitter saying he won't allow rows over money to "kill my soul".
Joe's tweet was aimed at husband of three years Dillon, 25, his celebrity agent Jeff Duncan and Carole.
He tweeted on Monday: "Money destroyed my entire family. I won't allow it to kill my soul. You win, Dillon, Jeff Duncan, Carole.
"Come March 22nd for Travis's Birthday I am going to keep his promise I made the day he died.
"I don't need the fame, the money or the bulls***, you can have it all…"
Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness is available on Netflix.
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