A great rival to Joe Exotic and one of the main stars of The Mafia of the Tigers (2020-2021), Carole Baskin withdrew her lawsuit against Netflix over a second wave of episodes of Allure. The activist was trying to block the release of Part 2 of the documentary series, but withdrew from action about a month after its premiere.
The choice to drop the trial came after a US federal judge denied Carroll’s request to not only stop showing Tiger Mafia 2, but also granted a restraining order allowing documentaries to contact him or the film. not be allowed. Your husband.
“While the Court understands Baskins’ frustration, it does not appear that Baskins’ inclusion of defendant’s footage would result in any immediate damages that cannot be compensated with monetary damages,” reads the text filed in the Florida court.
In the view of feline sanctuary owner Big Cat Rescue, Netflix and directors Rebecca Chaiklin and Eric Goode were not allowed to use her image in the sequel. The streaming service claims that when it signed the contract for the first part, Carroll allowed the platform to access the content under any circumstances.
in the press release sent to press Ahead of the premiere of the new episode, Carroll’s husband Howard Baskin said the couple has a right to protect their image and that Netflix viewers will understand Tiger 2’s decision not to allow their use of scenes in Mafia. In the couple’s view, the first part presented a harmful approach to their actions.
Tiger Mafia 2 debuted on Netflix on November 17 this year and showcases what happened to the characters of the series after the success of the first part. With Joe Exotic in prison, Carole Baskin becomes one of the highlights of the new episode due to the mystery surrounding the disappearance of her ex-husband, Don Lewis.
Watch the trailer of Tigers 2 Mafia: