Jeff Lowe Claims There Is A Body Buried Under Carole Baskin's New Zoo
Jeff Lowe has claimed the body of a Native American boy is buried beneath Carole Baskin's new zoo.
In an interview, the Tiger King star revealed he had even tried to donate the zoo and its land to the Native American people so that they could reclaim the remains of the young boy.
Speaking to TMZ, Lowe said that he doesn't hold any grudges with Carole and he never wanted the zoo in the first place.
He said: "In all honesty, and people probably won't believe me, but she deserves this property. She beat Joe, he didn't defend himself, and she's entitled to the judgement.
"We didn't defend this suit because one, we knew the law would be on her side, and two, it wasn't worth us defending this property because we didn't want it.
"Lauren and I tried to donate it to the Indian Nation about a year ago because we knew there were the remains of a young American Indian boy buried here and we thought that the Nation should have the first opportunity to protect this land and his grave."
But according to the reality star, that's just the tip of the iceberg.
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He added: "There's more, that's a story for another day, and I promise to tell you about it. There's more bodies than that here."
A judge yesterday (2 June) passed judgement in a 2016 lawsuit between Big Cat Rescue Corp. and Shirley Schreibvogel, the mother of Exotic (real name Joseph Maldonado-Passage).
Following the ruling, Lowe told Entertainment Tonight that he was going to leave the zoo in a state of 'complete hell'.
Lowe, who has been given 120 days to vacate the property, said: "I mean, because I'm not taking care of it as we leave. The bamboo is about taking this place over."
But he admitted that he won't miss the zoo one bit.
Adding: "It's always been our intention to leave this place. We don't particularly like it here, because of its geographical location.
"It's not a great place for a business, it was poorly constructed, so we're happy to let her have it... I wish her all the luck in the world, and she can have these 16 acres of haunted memories."
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