According to the New York Post, a federal judge is allowing Baskin's Tampa-based Big Cat Rescue control of the G.W. Exotic Animal Memorial Park in Wynnewood, Okla. The company have been given 120 days to vacate the premises which will include also vacating all of the zoo animals from the property.
Exotic is now serving his 22-year sentence in prison for his participation in a murder-for-hire plot against Baskin.
In 2019, Schreibvogel acknowledged her role in multiple fraudulent transfers. He was sentenced to 22 years in prison and is serving his time at the Grandy County Jail in Oklahoma.
As part of the judgement, Big Cat Rescue was also awarded control of a number of cars and cabins on the property.
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The Oklahoma zoo at the center of the Netflix documentary "Tiger King " is on the verge of changing hands via court order. His zoo was briefly controlled by Jeff Lowe, Exotic's former business partner and his mother.
Baskin is operator of Big Cat Rescue in Tampa, Florida.
Baskin sued Exotic for trademark infringement in 2011, a case that ended two years later with the latter being ordered to pay Big Cat Rescue $1m. He fought back with videos depicting Baskin feeding her missing husband to her tigers.
Last week, John Reinke claimed there are "hundreds of hours" of unseen footage available for a potential second season of Tiger King on Netflix. The heavily edited docuseries aggressively pushed a false equivalency between Baskin and Exotic, which edited out Joe Exotic's racism and mistreatment of his staff and his animals.
They took one parting shot, saying, "The possibility of human remains being buried on this land should make her feel right at home".