She also revealed that they had told her that Joe Exotic would only be in five minutes of the docuseries. She also debunked the feud between them featured in the narrative in Tiger King. Baskin claimed that she had only seen Exotic a couple of times before the lawsuit over the Big Cats Rescue copyright issue and didn’t speak with him outside of the lawsuit. This doesn’t come as a terrible shock since the feud seemed one-sided, with Exotic cursing her name into the void of his Internet series. Baskin didn’t seem to retaliate much outside of the lawsuit.
As Baskin stated, Tiger King didn’t necessarily portray her in the most favorable light. Between the murder allegations and negative talk surrounding Big Cats Rescue, Baskin ended up becoming one of the docuseries’ villains in fans’ eyes. It makes sense that Baskin would downright refuse to appear in Tiger King Season 2.
However, it will be a disappointment to viewers. Love her or hate her, Baskin was a fascinating character to watch with, from her flower crowns to her signature greeting, “Hey, all you cool cats and kittens.” Viewers that want to watch Baskin’s antics will have to resort to rewatching Tiger King Season 1.
Originally from https://screenrant.com/tiger-king-season-2-carole-baskin-return-update/