Joe Exotic 'caged' in isolated detention over Covid-19 symptoms

Joe Exotic 'caged' in isolated detention over Covid-19 symptoms

- Joe Exotic, the infamous Tiger King, has apparently been suspected of having the coronavirus

- Joe’s fourth husband, 24-year-old bartender Dillon Passage, confirmed that he had been placed in isolation, but cannot confirm if he has tested positive

- Joe is currently serving 22 years’ imprisonment and has become one of the most-watched men in the globe thanks to Netflix

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Joe Exotic, the infamous Tiger King, has apparently been moved from isolated detention to the correctional medical centre thanks to the coronavirus.

Netflix’s Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness has literally taken the globe by storm – everyone one is watching it.

Briefly.co.za learnt that Joe’s coronavirus symptoms have apparently worsened, leaving him in the correctional services medical centre.

The New York Post reported that Joe’s inmate records show he has been transferred to the Federal Bureau of Prisons-operated Federal Medical Center Forth Worth in Texas.

If you have not been following the saga, let us fill you in quickly. Joe is currently serving 22 years’ imprisonment for hiring a hitman to get rid of his archnemesis Carole Baskin, he had also been plastered with 17 counts of animal cruelty.

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Joe’s fourth husband, 24-year-old bartender Dillon Passage, confirmed that he had been places in isolation due to the fact that he had exhibited symptoms and that his previous correctional facility had recorded positive cases of Covid-19.

There has been no comment made on Joe’s coronavirus status, but it has been confirmed that he was placed in isolation.

Dillon has not heard from Joe since he was moves, so he was unable to give any more information on the matter.

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Source: Briefly.co.za

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