TIGER KING : Will for Carole Baskin's Missing Husband Was "Forged"

Don went missing from Tampa, Florida in 1997 and was declared dead in 2002. In theTiger King docu-series, JoeExotic accused Baskin of being involved in the disappearance ofher first husband. She denies those claims.

Don went missing from Tampa, Florida in 1997 and was declared dead in 2002. In theTiger King docu-series, JoeExotic accused Baskin of being involved in the disappearance ofher first husband. She denies those claims.

TeeRoy's 2 Cents:

  • Joe thinks she fed Don to a tiger.
  • Can't wait for thatTiger Kingsequel.
  • It seems so long ago that the entire country was united in being obsessed withTiger King.

The intrigue in theTiger King saga continues. Now comes word that the will of Don Lewis, the missing husband of Carole Baskin, was forged, according to Hillsborough County Sheriff Chad Chronister.

Don went missing from Tampa, Florida in 1997 and was declared dead in 2002. In theTiger King docu-series, JoeExotic accused Baskin of being involved in the disappearance ofher first husband. She denies those claims.

Chronister now tells 10 Tampa Bay that “two experts deem [Don's signature] 100 percent a forgery,” and added that “it certainly casts another shadow of suspicion.” Officials wouldn't confirm if Baskin is a suspect, but noted that they are “working through” the case.

The will left Baskin with an estate worth up to $10 million.

Baskin this week was granted control Joe's old zoo.

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