The Tiger King "warns" he's "not holding back" in new tell-all memoir........well, yeah, duh, why would he start holding back now, especially when he's desperate for attention and, likely, desperate for money these days.
Joe Exotic, who rose to fame as the subject of Netflix's shocking2020 documentaryTiger King, is preparing to tell his side of the story.
The former zoo owner has been typing up his explosive memoir while serving out a 22-year prison sentence. Gallery Books, an imprint of Simon & Schuster, will publishTIGER KING: The Official Tell-All Memoir on Nov. 9, 2021.
E! News can exclusively reveal the cover of Exotic's book, which touches on his transition "from Midwestern farmer to infamous Tiger King, and finally, to federal inmate," according to a press release from the publisher. "Joe pulls back the curtain on the man behind the headlines. From a tragic childhood riddled with abuse to his dangerous feuds with big cat rivals and beyond, nothing is off the table."
Exotic, 57, exclusively tells E! News, "It's going to be a truth-tell book. I'm not holding back anything. Everybody that's ever done anything good, it's going to be in there and anybody that's got bones in your closet, you better look out."
The animal enthusiast says he is allowed to get on the computer every 30 minutes for 30 minutes at a time, explaining, "I can type for 30 minutes. I spend approximately three hours a day altogether, typing this book over email and sending it through."