The controversial Joe Exotic is serving his 22-year-long term in the US prison after getting convicted of 17 charges of animal abuse and two counts of murder. And from a very long time, he has been trying everything in his capacity to reach out to the US President - Donald Trump - to reconsider his charges. Recently, TMZ got their hands on a heart-wrenching letter penned by Joe Exotic, all the way from prison, wherein he is begging for his life by mentioning the unbearable conditions he's undergoing in jail. In his note to Donald Trump, Kim Kardashian and Cardi B, Joe stated how he won't be able to live for a long time if he doesn't get help from either of them.
Joe pleads the US President to grant him a miracle and set him free since; however, the chances are pretty bleak. The controversial personality reveals that he is struggling to keep hope in staying in a prison the conditions of which, according to him, are pretty miserable. Joe also claims of being tortured by people that are sending him information about his husband, Dilon Passage, living life to his fullest and partying in Joe's absence. He adds how he's deprived of proper treatments and medicines for his health conditions and if this continues, Joe might no more be alive.
"I'll be dead in 2-3 months," read Joe's plea. Joe is also facing a lot of racist remarks and hoped that he would have been treated differently if he was of a different colour. Due to the very same reason, Joe says that the purpose behind protesting and rioting for George Floyd's death seems to be lost somewhere.
Joe concluded the letter by maintaining his innocence and hopes to get help from Cardi B and Kim Kardashian. His legal team, however, is trying their best to get Trump's attention and forgiveness. (ALSO READ - Did You Know Joe Exotic Aka Tiger King Had Once Donated Money For Donald Trump's 2016 Presidential Campaign?)
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