Joe exotic

Professionally known as “Joe Exotic,” Joseph Allen Maldonado-Passage is an American media personality, entrepreneur, and former police chief. He was convicted of animal cruelty in 2007 and is a convicted felon. He operated the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Wynnewood, Oklahoma, from 1998 to 2018. He has become a controversial figure for his controversial ways and controversial views on animal behavior.

The slot’s characters include a host of popular characters from the movie, as well as wild animals. Featuring a five-reel game with 20 paylines, it is perfect for all types of players, from novice to high rollers. The slot is rated “Mid Volatility” so even low-rollers can win big. However, the highest payouts are for the high-value symbols, such as the AK-47, tiger, and dog.

While the Exotic Spins feature is the main event of the game, the slot also has other features. The Dynamite feature blasts low-paying symbols, while the Tiger Bounty feature launches when three or more Tiger Bounty symbols appear on the reels. During this bonus, Joe presents an offer to Allen, who can accept or reject it. As the offer grows in value, the player is awarded the amount.

As of April 2019, Joe Exotic was convicted of a failed murder-for-hire plot. He is currently serving 22 years in federal prison on eight counts of falsifying wildlife records and nine violations of the Endangered Species Act. He publicly threatened Baskin after she won a million-dollar judgment. After the lawsuit, Exotic was forced to give up his presidential bid, and was arrested. His incarceration resulted in him meeting Dillon Passage, a Las Vegas spray-tan legend.