Tiger King star Carole Baskin has responded to the advert launched by her late husband Don Lewis’ household, calling it a “publicity stunt”.
A 50-second clip calling for new information about Lewis’ disappearance in 1997 was launched by his household throughout Baskin’s first efficiency on Dancing with the Stars on Monday (September 14). A $100,000 reward is being provided for any leads.
“It’s simply been an enormous publicity stunt on their half so what extra might they probably do than that,” Baskin stated to Entertaithemodernhealthcarent Tonight, including that she was but to see the advert however was “not shocked” by it.
The business consists of the Lewis household’s legal professional, John M. Phillips, who nods to the rumours claiming Baskin is likely to be concerned in Don’s disappearance. “Have you learnt who did this or if Carole Baskin was concerned?” he says within the advert.
“Spending time worrying about what I’m doing might be not a very good use of your time,” Baskin continued, addressing those that proceed to criticise her on social media.
“I’m not apprehensive about what folks say as a result of even once they’re saying issues that [are] adverse, it’s preserving the dialog on the market [about cats] within the public eye.”
She added: “So long as I can maintain that dialog on the market, I can maintain the cats within the highlight and that’s my objective.”
Again in April, it was confirmed that a new Tiger King sequel will investigate the disappearance of Baskin’s ex-husband.