As you can imagine, Joe is not a fan of the Big Cat Rescue owner getting any love from Hollywood but thinks that every time she appears on ‘DWTS’, someone may come forward with information on the death of her husband.
“People are sending letters wanting to know what I think about Carole being on Dancing with the Stars,” he begins.
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He continued, “They are laughing at her not with her, and the more she keeps her face on tv the more people will come forward about the crimes she has done. #freejoeexotic #helpfreejoe #pardonjoeexotic.”
If you haven’t watched the documentary series, Joe accuses Baskin of being involved with her husband’s death, even suggesting that he may have been fed to Tigers.
Carole has strongly denied any accusations she has knowledge of his death, and simply explains he came up missing after a trip overseas.
Joe’s fans are lighting up Instagram and continuing to support Exotic’s bid for a Presidental pardon.
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“Seems very desperate of the show to put her on,” one person wrote.
Another added, “Unbelievable that they’d give this woman more power after all that she has done.”
Of course, several Exotic supporters are trolling Carole and ABC for casting her on ‘DWTS’ with one saying, “So someone in her group posted she rocked it last night…so I commented did she kill it… I’m blocked now bahahhahaa.”
Also, other followers believe the television appearance may turn up new leads in the case. “I can’t believe she is dancing on this show! But I believe this exposure will help get justice for her dead husband’s family,” a fan posted.
According to reports, Carole Baskin’s ex-husband’s family bought commercial time during ‘DWTS’ to ask for help in solving the mysterious death.
The spot feature’s his three daughters explaining how much they miss their father and really need to know what happened to him. In the clip, the family’s attorney says they deserve answers and asks the public to find out if Carole was involved.
Plus, the family says there is now a $100,000 reward of information leading to solving the case, and posted a tip line number where they can field calls.
Either way, Carole says she was made aware of the commercial but says, “You can see that it did not keep me from bringing the best performance of my two weeks of learning.”