Move. Joe Exotic To formally file for divorce Dillon Passage One year after their split break.
59 years old King of the tigers The star (whose real name is Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage) filed the lawsuit in a Florida court on Thursday, March 31, filing for the couple to end their four-year marriage.
Maldonado-Passage has claimed in court documents Our weekly The divorced couple’s reunion was “irresistibly broken”, prompting his request to dissolve the marriage.
The Kansas resident – who is currently serving a 21-year sentence for animal cruelty and attempted murder for hire – is seeking “temporary, rehabilitation, term, bridge-the-gap, and a handful of maintenance” to help him maintain the standard. According to Docs, she lived during her marriage to Passage, 26.
Maldonado-Passage asks the court to return her former name, Joseph Allen, to Maldonado, and her estranged husband wants to pay her legal fees.
The former Greater Woodwood Exotic Animal Park owner and Passage tied the knot in December 2017, and their relationship appeared on Netflix’s Docusari, which debuted in early 2020. They announced their initial separation in March 2021 after three years together.
Maldonado-Passage wrote via Instagram at the time, “Dillon thinks it is so rough and hard to deal with that he has to sleep alone and leave me without leaving me outside.” “I don’t even have a house now.”
She claimed that the passage “abandoned” her “just to sleep with someone else and to call a lover, while the man gave up paying for his own protection so that her husband could have some kind of enjoyable life while in hell.”
Passage, for his part, addressed the split with his own social media post, writing, “People want to know the answer to the main question, yes, Joe and I are seeking a divorce. It wasn’t an easy decision to make, but Joe and I both realized that this situation was not fair to both of us.
A day later, Maldonado-Passage’s lawyer said Francis Hernandez Confirmed Us The couple decided to stick to their divorce. The reality stars have spoken on the phone and “have chosen to be married now so that things don’t get complicated,” Hernandez said. Us In March 2021.
Maldonado-Passage’s legal team confirmed the matter in a statement Us On Thursday that former Oklahoma resident “failed to serve” in a brief discussion of the way their divorce passed with divorce papers last year.
Maldonado-Passage holds Pensacola family attorney for legal divorce, Autumn Beck Blacklase. “Joe ‘Exotic’ sought information about Mr. Passage and his whereabouts so that the two could enter which could be a friendly divorce, but so far, Mr. Passage’s attempts to contact him have failed,” the attorney’s statement claimed. “It’s Tiger King’s hope that they can both move on with their lives and get divorced quickly and amicably.”
With reporting by Diana Cooper