Joe Exotic has been handed another blow behind bars.
After OK! spilled the Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem, and Madness star, 58, was worried his prostate cancer was spreading, the big cat enthusiast revealed that his treatment has been put on hold due to a COVID outbreak at his prison in Fort Worth, Texas.
After griping about his treatment behind bars, Exotic — whose real name is Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage — explained that he had just gotten some help before the lockdown happened. "I finally had an appointment with the outside oncologist and hematologist” on Monday, then “we went into lockdown.”
“They pulled some positive inmates out of my unit. With this many guards going home, no mask in the community, and coming back — there is no way to avoid this," the Netflix star added. "All of this will slow down an already flawed and slow system for getting a court date and a new trial.”
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“Three years now trying to prove I'm innocent,” he explained. “If I die or get worse waiting for help, I want America to vote Biden and Harris out of office cause they bragged how they were gonna fix the prison and justice system.”
Exotic is currently locked up for plotting to kill Big Cat Rescue CEO Carole Baskin. He was also convicted in 2019 on eight counts of violating the Lacey Act for falsifying wildlife records and nine counts of violating the Endangered Species Act.