Bhagavan “Doc” Antle was not a fan of the hit Netflix documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness and how he was portrayed in it.
The long-time zookeeper, who once appeared in a Britney Spears performance, previously stated Tiger King “is not a documentary. This is a salacious, outrageous ride through a television show produced to create drama, to just tie you in to some crazy train wreck of a story between the feud of Carole Baskin and Joe Exotic.”
Now, Antle, who also said previously that Carole Baskin is “full-blown psychotic” and that Joe Exotic was set up, is back with his own documentary, Tiger Kingdom: More Than a King, to set the record straight.
Tiger King explored the world of murder, mayhem, and madness between Joe Exotic, Carole Baskin, Jeff Lowe, and Tim Stark. Joe is in jail, Carole’s gates are closed, Tim lost his license, Jeff lost his license, only Doc Antle remains. The most popular documentary of all time was based on lies, this is the real story, Tiger Kingdom: More Than A King the follow up docuseries.
“Carole Baskin, in my opinion, is a lying, cheating, roadkill eating, b—-,” Antle says in the trailer for Tiger Kingdom: More Than A King.
“As much as I’d love to be Carole’s partner on Dancing With The Stars, I have real responsibilities because I actually care for my wildlife and I interact with them and watch over their care daily,” Antle added in a separate teaser, “as everyone does that actually has a real preserve and watches over wildlife in the proper way and gives it the real care it needs.
“Carole must have a hell of a lot of free time on her hands, and must not be really watching over the care of those animals because there’s not a chance I could go off for a few months on filming schedule… what would my beloved elephant be doing? Who would be watching after the tigers? How will my chimpanzee children possibly have the enriching opportunities of their life?”
Yeaaaaaah… okay, Doc. Like I have said numerous times before, if there isn’t a second season of Tiger King, we riot.
Tiger Kingdom: More Than a King and airs Oct. 1 on WEIV, whatever that is.