Joe Exotique (Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage) is an American former zoo operator and convicted felon. He is the former owner and operator of the great Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park. They have claimed to be the largest breed of tigers in the United States. He was a police officer before he worked with tigers. His total assets are estimated between $ 10 million to $ 15 million.
The early life of a foreigner –
Maldonado-Passage was born Joseph Ellen Schreibvogel in Garden City, Cannes (March 5, 1963). Who grew up working in a field in Cannes. At the age of 5 she was raped by an older boy. His family later moved to Texas, where he joined the police. He became the head of the small department. Once when he tried to commit suicide, one of his siblings portrayed him as gay for his parents.
The career life of a foreigner –
- Joe worked in various jobs before opening a pet shop. He opened a pet shop in Texas (1986) with his brother.
- In the year 1997, he closed the first pet store and opened a new one nearby. He got into a dispute with local authorities over repeated code violations for decorations and markings.
- The brother, who died in a car accident in 1997, closed an Oklahoma farm shop with his parents. 2 years after Zoya’s brother died, she opened a Greater Winewood Exotic Animal Park there in memory of her brother. His brother’s two pets were the zoo’s first residents.
- In February 1999 Animal Welfare discovered lots of emu and no one was a caretaker. Joey takes responsibility for taking care of Ames. He took them to the zoo.
- Joe was later accused of animal cruelty by the police.
- Joe received his first tiger in 2000 which was abandoned. He bought horses to feed large animals at the zoo.
- Joe sang several native songs sung by other singers. He was a passionate singer.
The private life of the foreigner –
Joi is openly gay and has dated several men. But before dating the men, he gave birth to a son from his girlfriend. He had many companions.