The sequel to the critically acclaimed Netflix documentary series Tiger King is now available.
Now that Joe Exotic is locked up, the show is free to explore other plot threads introduced in the first season.
The disappearance of Don Lewis, proprietor of a strange sex house, and Tim Stark, owner of a zoo, leads to a great deal more bloodshed, insanity, and mayhem in the series.
When Joe Exotic’s late first husband Brian Rhyne makes an appearance in Tiger King 2, viewers may question if he, too, is HIV positive. Brian died from issues related to HIV.
Joe Exotic Told Jeff Lowe He Was Hiv Positive
Jeff Lowe claims that Joe Exotic repeatedly lied about being HIV positive.
Tiger King’s first season focused on the aftermath of Joe Exotic selling the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park to Jeff Lowe.
After a falling out with his former business partner in 2016, Jeff assumed control of the zoo. He later claimed that Joe Exotic had used coercion to convince him to buy the establishment.
Jeff stated that Joe Exotic lied to him about being HIV infected in order to sell him the zoo.
He told the Daily Mail, “Joe not only informed us he was HIV positive on multiple occasions but told several other people.” He took advantage of the situation in order to con money out of them. And if it wasn’t cancer, then it was HIV.
Truth be told, he was suffering from CIVD.
Joe Exotic’s illness was called CIVD, but he was never infected with HIV.
Similar to HIV but not spread sexually, CIVD is an autoimmune illness.
Letter to husband Dillon Passage, received by TMZ in 2020: “As most people know I was born with CVID, not Covid-19, and hemogamaglobinanemia and required blood infusions every 4 weeks.”
The inmate continued by saying he was dying because he was being denied necessary medical care in jail.
I can’t keep food down, my wounds never heal, and I know that my end is near. It’s as though I were sentenced to death. My spirit has died, and I fight every day to cling to any shreds of optimism I can muster,” he went on.
“Whenever Joe had to go to the hospital or the doctors for treatment for his CVID, he said it was either cancer, HIV, or something else,” Jeff Lowe told the Daily Mail.
He Actually Had Civd
Tiger King 2 takes the audience on a journey through Joe Exotic’s romantic history.
In the 1980s, when he was still a young adult, he met his first wife, Brian Rhyne.
They tied the knot in a homosexual pub called Round Up and then moved into a trailer together in Arlington, Texas.
After 16 years of marriage, he passed away in 2001 from lung cancer.
His untimely demise was hastened by the fact that he had HIV, which accelerated the development of the malignancy.
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