JOE Exotic appeared to turn on husband Dillon Passage last night in a worrying message from jail saying: "You win, you can have it all."

The imprisoned Tiger King star, 57, posted a cryptic message on Twitter saying he won't allow rows over money to "kill my soul".

Joe's tweet was aimed at husband of four years Dillon, 25, and his celebrity agent Jeff Duncan.

He also took aim at Carole Baskin, the animal welfare campaigner he was convicted of paying a hitman to murder.

He tweeted last night: "Money destroyed my entire family. I won't allow it to kill my soul.

"You win, Dillon, Jeff Duncan, Carole.

"Come March 22nd for Travis's Birthday I am going to keep his promise I made the day he died.

"I don't need the fame, the money or the bulls***, you can have it all…"

A second tweet said: "…It’s pretty sad to be in prison and still mean f***ing nothing that ya can’t even answer a phone. I see where I stand. #justiceforjoeexotic #tigerking."



Joe married Dillon in December 2017, two months after his previous husband Travis Maldonado accidentally shot himself dead in the zoo gift shop.

Viewers of hit Netflix documentary Tiger King saw how he built a shrine to Travis at his Oklahoma big cat park.

Joe later handed control of his zoo to business associate Jeff Lowe after losing a multimillion-dollar lawsuit against his nemesis Carole Baskin.

Now he is serving 22 years in jail for animal welfare charges and conspiracy to murder.

But he has continued to post updates on social media and earlier this week promised fans a "major announcement" is coming on Wednesday.

He said: "Once this cat is out of the bag there is NO ONE going to lie about anything anymore.”

In November Joe sent a supportive message on Instagram after Dillon was arrested for drink driving.

Joe wrote: "I love my husband and will be there for him, just as he has been for me."

Supporters claim Joe has been mistreated in jail, prompting an official investigation into his welfare at FMC Fort Worth, Texas.

Texas millionaire Eric Love said he fears Joe may die in prison due to alleged poor treatment by staff and lack of medical care inside.

In January Joe penned a desperate letter to Kim Kardashian protesting his innocence and asking her to appeal for a presidential pardon.

But his name was missing from Donald Trump's list of more than 100 people given pardons and commutations including the rapper Lil Wayne.


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