Tampa’s Big Cat Rescue Ranch owner Carole Baskin and professional dancer Pasha Pashkov danced, (walked through) the Samba to “Circle of Life” from the movie “The Lion King” on Dancing with the Stars Monday night.
After her lack-luster performance, (the Disney Night costume was awesome) she was booted off the show. Baskin was saved from the inevitable last week, but this week was the final straw for the judges. But during her first three weeks on DWTS, there was a great deal of controversy swirling around Baskin, whose second husband Don Lewis has been missing since 1997 and is presumed dead. Don Lewis’ family ran and advertisement during the show with their attorney asking for help in finding their father. Ever since the missing person case came to light on the Netflix documentary, “Tiger King” word has been spread that Carole had Don Lewis killed, his body run through the meat grinder and fed to the tigers.
Recently, cadaver dogs were brought in to aid in the search near one of Lewis’ lake houses nearly 25 years after he went missing.
“That area near the lake house is going to be explored further,” according to a retired homicide detective. “So there’s a lot of information that we’re going to reveal that that hasn’t been heard and that a lot of people are going to be surprised when they see this thing.
Apparently new theories of what happened to Lewis during his final days have been uncovered by private investigators, and unpacking evidence exposed by criminal and legal experts in the ID special “Joe Exotic: Tigers, Lies and Cover-Up,” a three-part series.
— Caroline (@CarolineWilm1) September 29, 2020
The story of Carole Baskin’s missing husband was completely unheard of until everybody watched the Joe Exotic docuseries on Netflix and boom, it’s a worldwide phenomenon.
Remember, there is not statute of limitations on murder.