Tiger King Park Owners Must Face DOJ Suit Over Animal Exhibits

July 27, 2021, 7:26 PM

The operators of Tiger King Park in Oklahoma must face the federal government’s lawsuit over their alleged failure to stop displaying animals without a required exhibitor’s license, a federal court in the state ruled.

Jeffrey and Lauren Lowe and other defendants argued they don’t qualify as an exhibitor under the Animal Welfare Act because they haven’t opened “a public or private brick-and-mortar location” to the public since August 2020.

Some of their activities, such as allowing animals to be filmed for a Netflix series and posting videos of animals on subscription services Cameo and OnlyFans, don’t qualify as exhibiting under ...

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