Furious Joe Exotic claims 'penis pump' displayed in Tiger King museum exhibit ISN'T his – as he 'has a high sex drive'

TIGER King star Joe Exotic is furious with a Las Vegas museum for displaying an exhibit they claim is his penis pump.

Speaking from behind bars, he told one of his legal advisors: "That is not my penis pump – I do not and did not need a pump for my love life."

Exotic lambasted claims that he needed a sex aid as "BS" insisting that that his sex drive has always been "strong" and the device must be for the animals.

The ex-zoo owner, who famously boasted of his sexual prowess and lived with two husbands at once on the Netflix series, asserts the pump is fake.

The 57-year-old claims that his nemesis Jeff Lowe, who took over his G.W Zoo in Oklahoma, "made stories up" about the items collected from his former home, which are now used in the display at the Zak Bagans' Haunted Museum in Las Vegas.

Another item on show there -described as Exotic's ex Travis Maldano's "haunted tricycle" – is also being called into question.


Exotic, currently serving 22 years in jail for attempted murder and animal cruelty, says the kid's toy actually belongs to his ex husband John Finlay's baby mama Amber.

The source, who communicates almost daily with the reality star, said: "Joe is spitting blood over this pump.

"He says that he is a virile man with a strong sex drive, who has never needed that contraption in the bedroom. He says Travis and John never had issues in the bedroom.

"He feels that it is another effort by Jeff to attack him. Let's not forget there is no love lost between those two and Joe, to this day, still feels Jeff is a major reason why he is behind bars.


"He reckons that there is nothing he would do to him to make him look stupid.

"Joe says that the only explanation he has for the plastic contraption is that it may have been used for feeding animals or some breeding tool, but given he has not seen it, he cannot be sure."

He says that that the tricycle is not haunted and believes it belonged to former zoo employee Amber, who had a baby with John Finlay.

The source added: "Joe says he would like lawyers to work on this, but given his cash issues and bigger problems with fighting for freedom, this is not a priority.

"Nonetheless Joe is p****d off."


The Exotic exhibit has been a huge hit for the popular museum.

An attendant or security guard monitors the exhibit to prevent customers grabbing pictures or selfies with the glass encased lots, a recent museum visitor told The Sun.

If any customer tries to take a picture they are warned: "Absolutely no photos."

The Travel Channel Ghost Adventures star museum has won awards for its bizarre and spooky displays.

The museum insists that "Zak has personally curated and designed a bone-chilling experience that blends his cursed collection of curiosities with the true accounts of decade’s old malevolent hauntings and rituals that once took place inside the historic 1938 Wengert Mansion."

Unusual pieces on show include Charles Manson’s bone fragments and the “World’s Most-Haunted Object”…the Dybbuk Box.

This summer he launched an extra section in honor of Tiger King – Netflix's highest ever streamed reality series.

The items include a jeweled crown, pill bottles, outlandish clothing, wedding trinkets and a glass weed pipe, which is understood to belong to Exotic's late husband Travis Maldonado.

Zak Bagans also filmed an episode of Ghost Adventures at the Greater Wynnewood Exotic Animal Park in Oklahoma, previously owned by Exotic.

It has previously been reported that Lowe handed the TV host some of Exotic's belongings that had been left behind at the park.

The museum did not respond to requests for comment on the penis pump.

However a manager did state: "The museum has a strict policy that has been in place since we opened in 2017- we do not allow any photography throughout the entire museum, which does include all exhibits."

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