Tiger King’s Joe Exotic Isn’t “Holding Back” in Tell-All Memoir




The Tiger King is ready to roar.

Joe Exotic, who rose to fame as the subject of Netflix’s beautiful 2020 documentary Tiger King, is on the brink of informing his facet of the story.

The former zoo proprietor has been typing up his explosive memoir whereas serving out a 22-year jail sentence. Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, will publish TIGER KING: The Official Tell-All Memoir on Nov. 9, 2021.

E! News can solely reveal the quilt of Exotic’s e-book, which touches on his transition “from Midwestern farmer to notorious Tiger King, and eventually, to the federal inmate,” in accordance with a press launch from the writer. “Joe pulls again the curtain on the person behind the headlines. From a tragic childhood riddled with abuse to his harmful feuds with huge cat rivals and past, nothing is off the desk.”

Exotic, 57, solely tells E! News, “It’s going to be a truth-tell e-book. I am not holding again something. Everybody that is ever achieved something good, it should be in there and anyone that is received bones in your closet, you higher lookout.”




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