What Happened to Joe Exotic in Prison?


Joe Exotic’s Time in Jail: Where Is He Now?

The second season of Netflix’s “Tiger King” series features Joseph Maldonado-Passage, also known as Joe Exotic.

The first episode of the series was released on November 17th.

Here are all the details about his current situation, including where he is in jail and how long he has been there.

He’s currently being treated at the Fort Worth Federal Medical Center.

Joe Exotic was transferred from the Grady County Jail in Oklahoma to the Federal Medical Centre Fort Worth in April 2020, according to NBC DFW.

He was initially placed in a coronavirus quarantine after inmates at his previous jail tested positive for the virus.

According to Vulture, the federal prison in Fort Worth is set up for maile inmates with special medical needs.

According to The US Sun, he’s still at the FMC today.

He requested a pardon from prison in September 2020 due to a blood disorder, according to the NZ Herald.

Exotic revealed in a letter that he was born with CVID (common variable immune deficiency), a condition that necessitated monthly blood infusions.

Without a pardon, he claimed he would “die in 2-3 months.”

That pardon was not granted by former President Donald Trump.

He was so confident that when word of his release arrived, he wanted a limo waiting for him at the prison, according to KLTV.

“It is the President’s Constitutional right to pardon, and we must accept and respect his use of discretion,” his lawyer, Francisco Hernandez, said at the time.

After the first quarter, the score is still 0:0.

Team Tiger failed to score after an aggressive first quarter Hail Mary.

“Only three-quarters of the way done.”

His 22-year sentence was overturned, and he is now awaiting resentencing.

Joe Exotic was sentenced to 22 years in prison in January 2020, just a few months before the premiere of the first season of “Tiger King.”

There were 108 months in prison for the murder-for-hire convictions and another four years for the wildlife charges.

According to National Geographic, the judge claimed he was consumed and obsessed with silencing Carole Baskin.

He also tried to sell lion cubs over the phone while in the Grady County Jail, according to the judge.

In April, he was found guilty, and in January 2020, he was sentenced.

The 100th US Circuit Court of Appeals overturned his 22-year sentence in July 2021, but his conviction was upheld, according to The Oklahoman.

The three-judge panel reached a decision…

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