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    Joe Exotic’s estranged husband Dillon Passage files prenup in divorce from Tiger King personality

    Joe Exotic’s estranged husband Dillon Passage files a prenup in ongoing divorce… but an attorney for the Tiger King star says he never signed one

    • Passage filed for a prenuptial agreement on Friday 
    • Exotic’s attorney Autumn Blackledge said she believes Passage filed the prenup in an effort to stretch out the divorce proceedings 
    • She said Passage is looking to continue to capitalize off of his former relationship with Exotic 
    • The couple initially tied the knot on December 11, 2017 
    • Exotic filed for the split this past March 
    • Exotic was incarcerated in January 2020 in a murder-for-hire plot and wildlife law violations 
    • Exotic came to prominence in 2020 after the release of the Netflix doc Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness 

    Dillon Passage filed for a prenuptial agreement on Friday in his ongoing divorce from estranged husband Joe Exotic.

    However, an attorney for the Tiger King personality said she believed it had been filed under fraudulent circumstances.

    Exotic’s attorney Autumn Blackledge told TMZ that the imprisoned zookeeper, 59, never signed an official document in the prenuptial agreement, which would separate the assets each party brought in before and after the marriage.

    Blackledge told the outlet she believes Passage filed the prenup in an effort to stretch out the divorce proceedings to capitalize off of his former relationship with Exotic (whose real name is Joseph Maldonado-Passage) who filed for the split this past March.

    Exotic was sentenced in January 2020 in his native Oklahoma to 22 years in custody in connection with a 2017 murder-for-hire plot of his business rival Carole Baskin and numerous wildlife law violations

    The latest: Dillon Passage, the estranged husband of Joe Exotic, filed for a prenuptial agreement on Friday in his divorce from the Tiger King personality, which an attorney for Exotic said she believed to be under fraudulent circumstances

    Blackledge said Passage has sold many of Exotic’s belongings during his imprisonment, and has yet to visit Exotic while he’s in custody.

    In the prenuptial agreement documents reviewed by TMZ, Blackledge said that Exotic owes more than $100 million with assets of $65,000, while annually making $7,800.

    Passage has assets of $20,110 with around $20,000 in student loan debt, according to the prenuptial agreement documents.

    Blackledge said that Passage has profited more than $1 million from Tiger King following its 2020 debut and the notoriety it gained.

    Passage and Exotic initially tied the knot December 11, 2017, months after Exotic's previous spouse Travis Maldonado died after accidentally shooting himself

    Passage and Exotic initially tied the knot December 11, 2017, months after Exotic’s previous spouse Travis Maldonado died after accidentally shooting himself 

    Passage was seen in an Instagram post earlier this month

    Passage was seen in an Instagram post earlier this month 

    Exotic's lawyer said Passage has sold many of Exotic's belongings during his imprisonment, and has yet to visit Exotic while he's in custody

    Exotic’s lawyer said Passage has sold many of Exotic’s belongings during his imprisonment, and has yet to visit Exotic while he’s in custody

    Parastoo Majd, an attorney for Passage, told the outlet that ‘the prenuptial agreement was entered into legally by both parties and I will have a full statement after the holiday weekend.’

    Passage and Exotic initially tied the knot December 11, 2017, months after Exotic’s previous spouse Travis Maldonado died after accidentally shooting himself October 6, 2017.

    Exotic was sentenced in January 2020 in his native Oklahoma to 22 years in custody in connection with a 2017 murder-for-hire plot of his business rival Carole Baskin, numerous wildlife law violations in the deaths of five tigers, and infractions of the Endangered Species Act. Earlier this year, his sentence was reduced to 21 years after an appeal citing court errors.

    Passage last year revealed in an Instagram post that he and Exotic had been ‘seeking a divorce’ amid the situation.

    ‘This wasn’t an easy decision to make but Joe and I both understand that this situation isn’t fair to either of us,’ Passage said in March of 2021. ‘It’s something that neither of us were expecting but we are going to take it day by day. 

    ‘We are on good terms still and I hope it can stay that way. I will continue to have Joe in my life and do my best to support him while he undergoes further legal battles to better his situation.’

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