George Zimmerman’s estranged wife, Shellie Zimmerman, called 911 today to report a domestic dispute taking place at her parent’s home. George Zimmerman, acquitted in July in the death of Trayvon Martin, was allegedly threatening Mrs. Zimmerman and her father with a gun. According to CBS News on Sept. 9, after the police responded and took the alleged culprit into investigative detention, Shellie Zimmerman changed her story and decided not to press charges.
George Zimmerman was in his car, and the police never saw a gun when they got there. They declined to take out a warrant to search the car. Zimmerman is still licensed to carry a handgun.
You can listen to the Shelly Zimmerman 911 call to the left of this article.
Shellie Zimmerman pleaded guilty on Aug. 28 of lying about their finances during her husband’s trial. On the same day, she did an interview on “Good Morning America,” in which she discussed her recent divorce filing.
George Zimmerman reportedly disappeared for a month after his acquittal, causing much concern for his wife. She told “Good Morning America” that he was selfish.
The day’s events were almost as confusing as the timeline of the night that Trayvon Martin was killed. There was mention of Zimmerman assaulting his wife’s father and breaking her iPad. No charges were filed.
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