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Miranda Lambert Explains Meeting Joe Exotic From ‘Tiger King’ – Variety

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Nation singer Miranda Lambert and Joe Unique from Netflix’s “Tiger King” appear to have crossed paths a couple of years in the past.

Lambert posted a photograph of herself with Joseph “Joe Unique” Maldonado-Passage as “a little bit Monday reminiscence” on Twitter.

Maldonado-Passage, the topic of the hit Netflix docu-series, was convicted to 22 years in jail over animal abuse costs and plotting a homicide for rent. Additionally showing within the picture are Kelci “Saff” Saffery, his former zoo worker, and John Finlay, his ex-partner. Lots of Lambert’s followers sounded off within the feedback over why she was with the convicted animal abuser within the first place.

Lambert posted a follow-up explaining how she had met the “Tiger King” star. MuttNation, her basis that helps shelter pets get adopted, relocated animals after Hurricane Harvey hit Houston.  The group was searching for volunteers to move animals from Houston to Oklahoma, the place there was extra room for them, and Maldonado-Passage supplied to assist.

“Some man named Joe volunteered his trailer and workers,” Lambert defined on Twitter. “Now I do know it’s ‘Joe Unique.’ I’ve by no means been to his zoo and didn’t even know he had tigers. Clearly I’d by no means condone animals being handled badly.”

“Tiger King” has grow to be the most recent Netflix sensation to take over the world, particularly as most individuals are caught at house underneath shelter-in-place guidelines. Within the present’s first 10 days obtainable, greater than 34 million folks watched it, in keeping with Nielsen.

On Sunday, Netflix premiered a “Tiger King” aftershow with interviews from Saffery, Finlay and different folks from Maldonado-Passage’s life. Few of them felt sympathy for him as he at the moment sits in jail.

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