Professionally known as “Joe Exotic,” Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage is a former businessman, convicted felon, and media personality. He founded and operated the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, from 1998 until 2018. His most recent venture was the purchase of the tigers that lived in his previous location. In addition to his successful media career, he also has a long list of tigers, including tiger cubs, lions, and leopard cubs.
In a statement released on Wednesday, attorney John M. Phillips hinted that a new trial is possible for Joe Exotic Maldonado. He said he intends to file motions citing evidence that proves his client’s innocence, and noted that the government mishandled the case in a way that could lead to a new trial. The game’s fast-paced gameplay, country-themed soundtrack, and use of guns set the stage for an exhilarating time.
Joe Exotic was once a gay gun-toting cowboy with a mullet. He was also a top predator, who had a history of owning pet stores in Arlington. He was an ex-lawyer and a ‘Tiger King’ star, and he is now famous for his exploits. The title character of his movie, ‘Suicide Squad,’ was a man who went a bit bonkers, but was a ruthless and charismatic character.