TRIGGER WARNING: This article discusses suicide.
Jeff Johnson, a former reptile dealer who appeared on season one of Tiger King, has died at the age of 58.
Johnson appeared on the fourth episode of the hit Netflix series, where he was seen discussing Carole Baskin.
According to People, Johnson died by suicide. Though his wife was home at the time and immediately called 911, he was pronounced dead upon arrival at the hospital.
His death comes just days after another Tiger King personality Erik Cowie was found dead in his New York home.
Tiger King first debuted in March 2020, just at the beginning of worldwide lockdowns in response to the coronavirus pandemic, seeing it draw some 64 million household viewers in its first month.
It was nominated for six prime-time Emmy awards with much of the series has focusing on a dispute between Baskin and Joseph Maldonado-Passage aka Joe Exotic over treatment of tigers, lions and other big cats at an Oklahoma zoo he formerly operated.
Season two of Tiger King debuted on Netflix on November 17.
Now, new claims have arisen, suggesting he is still alive and living in Costa Rica.
Appearing on the UK's ITV show This Morning recently via video link from Florida, Carole addressed the speculation, saying she didn't think he would be "capable of supporting himself".
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