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Man convicted of illegally owning tiger cub seen on YouTube

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4 months ago
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A southern California man has been convicted of illegally owning a tiger cub that appeared in a video with a controversial YouTube start Logan Paul was Angeles city attorney's office says thirty three year old Nicholas Perkins is now being ordered to pay six thousand dollars in fines fifty two thousand and veterinary bills after the tiger was seized in November twenty seventeen thirties determine the Tigers location after being alerted to an Instagram post and a video in which Paul introduced his dog to the wild