A History of George Zimmerman’s Run-in With the Law Since Trayvon Martin Shooting

A History of George Zimmerman's Run-in With the Law Since Trayvon Martin Shooting

George Zimmerman, the fake Florida neighborhood watchman who shot and ended the life of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, is back in a courtroom yet again, and has won another victory.

Zimmerman, 34, is accused of cyberstalking by a man named Dennis Warren, a private investigator who alleges that Zimmerman left him over 200 voicemails, texts and calls over the span of ten days back in December.

The judge in the Orlando-area civil suit, of course opposed a motion for a restraining order against Zimmerman. The judge maintained that Zimmerman did not pose the threat that Warren said he did.

Allegations involving domestic violence

A couple of weeks after Zimmerman’s trial saw him help a family out of an overturned SUV and get pulled over for speeding in Texas. But, his next time in court was that fall, when his wife Shellie filed for a divorce from him.

Criminal charges, nevertheless, were brought against Zimmerman in November for his bad behavior towards his ex-girlfriend Samantha Scheibe, who claimed that he aimed a shotgun at her out of anger.

In December, Scheibe changed up her story claiming she was not afraid of Zimmerman anymore and wanted to just drop the case. How did he get her to do that?

Later, another estranged girlfriend popped up and brought an identical case against him in early 2015, which lead to his arrest for allegedly hurling a wine bottle at her. Surprise, Surprise! That case was also let go within a month as the woman took back her claims and prosecutors didn’t bring formal charges against him.

Incidents involving road rage

Zimmerman was also accused but again NEVER charged for a road rage incident in September 2014 where a man named Matthew Apperson called authorities to report that he had received a death threat.

Authorities in Lake Mary, Florida did not bring up charges Zimmerman for the incident,

In 2015, Apperson was arrested after shooting at Zimmerman from his car. Zimmerman faced minor injuries from the shattered glass.

Restaurant Issues

Yet again, Zimmerman kept a spotlight in the public eye for more of the wrong reasons back in 2016, when he got on the internet and auctioned off the very gun that killed Trayvon Martin for a grand total of $250,000. It is very disgusting that this man was able to make thousands of dollars off of his murder weapon.

But wait, he also made headlines for arguments at restaurants.

In August 2016, authorities were called to the Gators Riverside Grille in Sanford, Florida, because Zimmerman was saying that another diner was threatening his life and punched him in the face.

The owner of the restaurant later told the Daily News that the argument consisted of a few shoves after Zimmerman bragged about himself and repeatedly said “You don’t know who I am, do you?”

Later in the year Zimmerman also allegedly was belligerent another establishment, a cigar bar in Orlando, and yelled multiple racial slurs at a worker.

A manager at the Corona Cigar Co. told the News at the time that “we don’t tolerate any racial or bad behavior.”

Yet again, Zimmerman was not arrested or charged in either of the confrontations. Florida must really love them some racist murderers.


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