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Michael Hackenberger, the Canadian contracted to train tigers for the hit 2012 film The Life of Pi has been charged with five counts of animal cruelty by the Ontario SPCAKing, the tiger who played Richard Parker, was provided by a trainer who has now been charged with animal crueltyMichael Hackenberger, the owner of Bowmanville Zoological Park in Bowmanville, Ontario, has been charged with animal cruelty after he was caught on camera savagely beating a tiger[tps_footer]Life Of Pi tiger Richard Parkerâ€™s trainer Michael Hackenberger has been charged guilty by the animal rights group PETA for beating a Siberian tiger during his trainingLife Of Pi tiger trainer Michael Hackenberger has resigned after being charged with five counts of animal cruelty by the Ontario SPCA.
The allegations first arose in December of 2015 after PETA posted an undercover video online showing the Bowmanville Zoo owner beating a young tiger 19 timesZoo Closes After Hollywood Animal Trainer Charged With Cruelty to Animals VIDEO TAKE ACTION I n 2015, a PETA eyewitness caught the owner of Ontarioâ€™s Bowmanville Zoological Park, Michael Hackenberger, on video viciously whipping a Siberian tiger named Uno approximately 20 times in a row during a savage training sessionA Canadian zoo owner whose Bengal tiger starred in the "Life of Pi" resigned Wednesday after he was charged with five counts of animal crueltyA Hollywood animal trainer has been charged with cruelty based on video that surfaced last year showing him whipping a tiger.
The Ontario Society for the Prevention of Cruelty of Animals filed five charges against Michael Hackenberger, owner of the Bowmanville Zoo in Ontario, Canada, on ThursdaMichael Hackenberger, owner of Bowmanville Zoo in Ontario, Canada, has been charged with animal cruelty after video emerged late last year of him whipping a Siberian tiger in his careBowmanville Zoo owner Michael Hackenberger, the trainer PETA filmed whipping a tiger, has been charged with 5 counts of animal cruelty by Ontario's SPCA.
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