In case you missed it, the Netflix documentary Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem and Madness follows the life of eccentric roadside zoo owner Joe Shreibvogel, known as "Joe Exotic", and the events that would eventually lead to him hiring a hitman to take out his rival, animal rights activist, Carole Baskin.
The millionaire's will left most of his estate to Baskin, cutting out his children from a previous marriage.
Chronister says criminal charges aren't expected because the statute of limitations has expired.
"They called in some experts to say the will was a forgery, but I had already told them that two months ago, ' he told the Daily Mail". "But, it certainly cast another shadow of suspicion, by all means".
In yet another unusual turn in the Tiger King saga, Joe Exotic has spoken out on his long-standing nemesis Carole Baskin being awarded his zoo in a court hearing earlier this week. He added that the case of the sudden disappearance of the American Big Cat Rescue founder is still open.
The songs featured throughout the documentary series were performed by the Clinton Johnson Band, who recently told TMZ that they simply got hooked up with Joe Exotic by answering an ad for musicians to write a theme song for his YouTube show.
Jeff told People that he and wife, Lauren Lowe are signed for a show that "will divulge a lot more information about the relationship between" him and Joseph Maldonado-Passage, who is now serving 22 years in prison. He was convicted of trying to hire someone to kill Baskin, who had tried to shut him down, accusing the Oklahoma zoo of abusing animals and selling big cat cubs. Exotic has even accused Carole of being involved in the sudden disappearance of Lewis. He claimed she murdered and fed her missing husband to her tigers.