Joe Exotic's husband Dillon Passage has admitted that he feels sorry for Carole Baskin if the allegations levelled against her are found to be untrue.
The hit Netflix documentary Tiger King explored the mysterious disappearance of Baskin's ex-husband Don Lewis in 1997 and Exotic's firm belief that she murdered him and fed him to her tigers.
Baskin has vehemently denied the allegations but an adamant Exotic doubled down on his claims by filming a country music video in which a Baskin lookalike gleefully feeds human remains to tigers.
Asked for his take on the situation, Passage told FUBAR Radio: "Obviously him getting Carole caught for killing her husband is a huge thing to him, which, who knows what happened. The investigators could either find something or they couldn't. It's really up in the air.
"If they do, then they do, and if they don't then I kind of feel for her because everyone's been saying she's killed her husband and if she didn't then that's gotta really have an impact on her."
Passage went on to claim that Exotic, who is currently in jail for an alleged plot to murder Baskin, had his reputation "totally tarnished and torn to pieces" after he was arrested.