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A star of the hit Netflix series “Tiger King” suffered a stroke at an Oklahoma casino that he believes was a result of someone poisoning him, according to a stunning report Friday.
Jeff Lowe, 53 — a former business partner of flamboyant zoo owner Joe Exotic — collapsed into an unresponsive state at the WinStar World Casino at 3 a.m. March 18 and had to be airlifted to a hospital, according to TMZ.
“I thought he was dying in my arms,” his wife, Lauren, told the entertainment news site.
Hours before the frightening incident, the couple was out to dinner in the city of Thackerville when a man claimed to know them, she said.
He lingered around Lowe when a crowd of “Tiger King” fans surrounded him to snap selfies, raising Lauren’s suspicions — and leading her to believe he may have spiked his drink, according to the outlet.
Lowe was rushed to a hospital, where he underwent a series of tests and spent three days recovering, she said. He is still having trouble with some parts of his speech and movement.
Blood and urine tests came back negative for commonly abused drugs, but Lauren suspects the possible attacker may have used a less-traceable substance.
Doctors have not determined the cause of the stroke, and the couple has not reported the incident to cops.
In January, a federal judge ordered Lowe — who took over the zoo featured in the popular docuseries — to relinquish his tiger cubs due to alleged animal abuse and neglect.
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