“I ask President Trump to keep his word and seek to make this wrong a right and give me a miracle,” wrote Exotic.
Elsewhere in the letter to his “supporters, fans and loved ones,” he says he has a hard time keeping hope in what he describes as pretty miserable conditions behind bars. “I struggle every day to keep the little hope I can find,” he said.
“As most people know that I was born with CVID and not COVID-19,” he wrote, “and I needed blood infusions every 4 weeks. I haven’t had one since the end of January, I am losing weight, the wounds will not heal, I will be dead in 2-3 months. “
He also claimed that he was tormented by people who sent him information about her husband, Dillon Passage, taking advantage of the time without him. Exotic also said that Passage had gone radio silent on him.
Exotic ends his letter by referring to Michael Jackson Dangerous single ‘Will You Be There’, asking her husband if he will be there “Or not? My heart must know! ”
You can read the full letter here.
Last week, Tiger king Star Joe Exotic reacted when his longtime rival Carole Baskin was awarded the zoo that made him famous.
The eccentric zoo keeper, also known as Joe Schreibvogel or Joe Maldonado-Passage, called the decision “treason” which must be challenged.
Meanwhile, Nicolas Cage was chosen to play Tiger king star Joe Exotic in an upcoming scripted series.
Released on Netflix in March, the docu series Tiger King: murder, chaos and madness quickly became one of the most popular shows on TV. The seven-part series follows a number of large cat owners, breeders and conservationists in the United States, but focuses mainly on the bitter feud between Joe Exotic and rival Carole Baskin.
Netflix revealed last month that the series had been watched by 64 million homes.