Tiger King’s Carole Baskin is currently working on a brand-new documentary series.

The Netflix star, 59, is set to share some inside secrets of the exotic animal industry and ‘expose the animal abusers’ in the tell-all series.

Speaking to Radio Times, Carole revealed that she was involved in a number of follow-up projects to Tiger King, and she’s itching to finally tell her side of the story.

She told the publication: “There are some other people out there working on some different pieces of this that will show my side of the story to a certain extent.

“We are negotiating to come out with our own series but our series isn’t about that, it’s actually about the work that we’ve been doing all these years which is to expose the animal abusers, expose what people don’t see behind closed doors to the public and then put pressure on law enforcement to actually enforce the laws.”

Tiger King’s Carole Baskin is currently working on a brand-new documentary series
Tiger King’s Carole Baskin is currently working on a brand-new documentary series

She went on: “So that’s what we’ve been doing for 20 years and I think people will find it interesting because they only see what’s on the surface, just like they only saw what was on the surface in Tiger King.

“But I think there is a thirst to know more about that industry and I think that that series will quench that thirst.”

It comes after the cat lover lifted the lid on how sudden fame impacted her life.

Carole is itching to finally tell her side of the story
Carole is itching to finally tell her side of the story

Carole said that she was constantly tormented, and described her life as “a living hell” because she would receive death threats every day from furious Tiger King fans.

She explained: "My phone was ringing, and it rang every two minutes for three months straight.

Carole said that she didn’t regret taking part in the explosive docu-series due to the fact that people how have opened their eyes to animal abuse
Carole said that she didn’t regret taking part in the explosive docu-series due to the fact that people how have opened their eyes to animal abuse

“Every time I answered the phone, it was somebody screaming threats and saying they wanted to kill me, they wanted to kill my family, they wanted to kill the cats.

"Our lives were just a living hell."

Despite the harsh backlash, Carole said that she didn’t regret taking part in the explosive docu-series due to the fact that people how have opened their eyes to animal abuse.

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