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Brittany Peet, PETA Foundation Deputy General Counsel for Captive Animal Law Enforcement (CALE), talks with Emil Guillermo about the news since the "Tiger King" show premiered. And it all leads to what could be a permanent shutdown of big-cat petting zoos. For example, Tim Stark, a former business partner of Joe Exotic, was ordered to pay more than $733, 997.70 in court costs to PETA. That could effectively shut Stark down for good. Peet updates on Jeff Lowe and Joe Exotic and the animals seized from all of them.
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Originally released June 23, 2021