Maleficent Horn Tiger Gets Married, Leaves Family for Christian Horner Wife
AUSTIN — The mother of Malefacicent Horn Tigers, a rare species of tiger that has been listed as endangered, has moved to the United States, according to a new court document.
According to a court document filed Tuesday in Austin, Texas, the mother of the rare Malefactors, Christian Horne Mazdak, had left her home in the U.S. and moved to Texas.
Mazdak and her husband, Henry Horn, a former Texas Ranger, are now free on bond in a Dallas court.
Horn, who has been in custody since his arrest last month in Texas on charges of assault with a deadly weapon and animal cruelty, was released Tuesday after posting $50,000 bail.
Horn’s bond was set at $20,000.
The Horns, who have a combined wealth of about $2.3 billion, are seeking a new trial in the animal cruelty case and are asking the court to allow them to remain in the United Kingdom, according a Texas Department of Criminal Justice release.
In 2015, Mazdac pleaded guilty to assaulting and killing two Maleface Horn Tigers in Texas.
Horn was convicted of a second assault charge.
In addition to being named an endangered species, the Horns are also listed as threatened under the Endangered Species Act.