Joe Exotic husband Dillon said his partner was “excited” by the support of Donald Trump

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Joe Exotic’s third husband, Dillon Passage, has promised to stay with his “romantic and charismatic” partner during his 22-year prison sentence.

Dillon, 22, appeared on the British television show This Morning Wednesday, and discussed the blockbuster Netflix documentary Tiger King, while revealing that Joe, 57, was “excited” after President Trump said that ‘he would’ consider ‘forgiving his prison sentence.

Joe Currently serving a 22-year sentence at Grady County Jail in Oklahoma after being convicted of a paid murder plot against his exotic pet rival Carole Baskin, 58.

Stay by your side: Joe Exotic's third husband, Dillon Passage, has promised to remain loyal to his `` romantic and charismatic '' partner during his 22-year prison sentence

Stay by your side: Joe Exotic’s third husband, Dillon Passage, has promised to remain loyal to his “romantic and charismatic” partner during his 22-year prison sentence

Dillon told This Morning, Eamonn Holmes and Ruth Langsford, that her husband was delighted to “see what could happen” on Wednesday, while promising to stay with his partner throughout his incarceration.

He said, “I’m going to stay with Joe, he supported me, it would show a lack of character, he doesn’t deserve to be in there [prison] it’s long.’

While adding: “It’s a big deal that the President is addressing something like this, Joe is a very big supporter of Trump, so he was really excited to see what could happen. “

Donald Trump Jr. called Exotic’s phrase “aggressive” on SiriusXM Monday after watching the two-part documentary series.

Love: Joe is currently serving a 22-year sentence at Grady County Jail in Oklahoma after being found guilty of a conspiracy to murder murder against his exotic animal rival Carole Baskin, 58

Love: Joe is currently serving a 22-year sentence at Grady County Prison in Oklahoma after being convicted of a paid murder plot against his exotic pet rival Carole Baskin, 58

“Now, I don’t even know exactly what he’s accused of … I watched the show, but it was like, I don’t know exactly what he was guilty of or not,” said Trump Jr.

“It doesn’t seem like he was completely innocent of anything. But when they say, “We put this guy aside for 30 years,” I say it sounds pretty aggressive.

When a reporter spoke about his son’s comments, Trump said, “What son? It must be Don. I felt it was Don, “said the president.

Opinion: Dillon, 22, appeared on the British television show This Morning on Wednesday, and discussed the blockbuster documentary Netflix Tiger King, while revealing that Joe, 57, felt `` excited '' after the President Trump said he would `` consider '' forgiving his prison sentence.

Opinion: Dillon, 22, appeared on the British television program This Morning Wednesday, and discussed the blockbuster documentary Netflix Tiger King, while revealing that Joe, 57, was “excited” after President Trump said he would “consider” forgiving his prison sentence.

“I don’t know,” admitted Trump, asking reporter who asked the question, Steven Nelson of the New York Post, to describe Exotic’s crimes. Then he said he would take a look at it.

In Wednesday’s interview, Dillon also talked about how Joe is doing behind bars and said they are currently focusing on a call to release the former owner of the zoo.

He said, “I don’t think you can say that someone does good while in prison, but we do our best. We have an upcoming call, which could take about a year.

The television star discussed what drew him to Joe and said, “I mean who doesn’t want to be with baby tigers is a whole different world. But the first time I met Joe, it was in a bar and he sang one of his songs to me.

What! Joe and Dillon raised their eyebrows when they announced their engagement just two weeks after the death of her late husband Travis Maldonado (photo)

What! Joe and Dillon raised their eyebrows when they announced their engagement just two weeks after the death of her late husband Travis Maldonado (photo)

He also described what he was off camera, adding, “He’s a pretty wild character, the show really showed his quirky sides but behind the camera, he’s sweet and sensitive, he would have done anything to anybody. “

“The producers wanted to show that he is charismatic and does not care what people think, but behind the cameras, he is really sweet and romantic. He woke me up with coffee and a croissant every morning.

Joe and Dillon raised their eyebrows when they announced their engagement just two weeks after the death of her late husband Travis Maldonado in December 2017.

The couple got married in a small ceremony attended by Travis’s mother Cheryl, who said she felt used and ignored by Joe after she blessed her new relationship.

Travis, who married Joe in a polygamous ceremony, shot himself in the head after he became convinced that his gun would not shoot in the room without a clip.

Rival: Dillon also talked about how Joe is doing behind bars and said they are currently focusing on a call to free the former zoo owner (photo Carole Baskin)

Rival: Dillon also talked about how Joe is doing behind bars and said they are currently focusing on a call to free the former zoo owner (photo Carole Baskin)

Dillion said: “When I met Joe, I was in a dark place, he kept me away from the negatives and people and he was alone and needed a companion.

“At first it was camaraderie, he needed company and I needed someone to keep me away from bad things.

Tiger King tells the story of a zoo owner, [Joe], which escapes all control within a cast of eccentric characters in the true history of murder for account of the underworld of the breeding of big cats.

While Joe would like the docuseries and the fame which was brought to him, its chief executive, Carole, sworn enemy of Big Cat Rescue, received death threats following the allegations according to which it would have killed her first millionaire husband Don Lewis, missing in 1997.

Meanwhile, Netflix released the Tiger King bonus episode titled “King Tiger and Me,” which brought together eight people from its No. 1 docuseries.

The biggest revelation was when television producer Rick Kirkham told host Joel McHale that the former owner of GW Zoo Joe was actually “terrified of the big cats.”

He said, `` I don't think you can say that someone does good if they're in prison, but we do our best. We have a call coming, which could take about a year. ''

He said, “I don’t think you can say that someone does good while in prison, but we do our best. We have an upcoming call, which could take about a year. ”

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