Now reveals one of the starring new details about the unfortunate incident that led to one of the ‘tigerkongens’ ægtemænds untimely death.
It writes the Metro and if you want to avoid spoilers from the documentary, you should stop reading now.
In the Netflix documentary meet the viewers the say the least, eccentric protagonist Joseph Maldonado-the Passage which goes by the name Joe Exotic, which – by all means – trying to get to grips with its arch rival, Carole Baskin.
The flamboyant and self-proclaimed ‘tigerkonge’ formed among the second pair with husband Travis Maldonado, who tragically lost his life when he was just 23 years old.
The October day in 2017 he met in the souvenir shop at the zoo, Joe Exotic drive in Oklahoma, and with him he had a gun.
Also present in the store was Joshua Dial, who at the time worked as the campaign manager for Joe Exotic, who tried to be elected as the state governor.
“We talked together, and he told me about his gun,” says Joshua Dial in a completely new title for the documentary, ‘Tiger King And I’, which recently premiered.
“Joe had just bought him a Ruger (a våbenmærke, ed.), and he (Travis, ed.) said, that a Ruger can’t shoot without a magazine in it,” he explains further.
to prove his point, lifted the Travis the gun up to his head and pulled the trigger. He did not survive.
The tragic trajectory is also evidenced by the original title of ‘Tiger King,’ but in the new section reveals Joshua Dial, that according to him was quite obvious that Travis had not had any intention of shooting himself.
“I looked him straight in the eyes as he did it, and I could see the shock and fear in his eyes. It could be interpreted as: ‘Oh, no. What have I just done?’ You may be able to read it in his eyes in five seconds – and then he was away,” explains Joshua Dial, which further tells, that he suffers from PTSD as a result of it, he attended the October day.
the new title, ‘the Tiger King and I’, is the follow-up on several of the cast members from the documentary.