George Zimmerman, the man who was acquitted in 2013 for fatally shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, has been charged with a misdemeanor for allegedly stalking a private investigator, according to reports.
According to court records Zimmerman “did willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follow, harass, or cyberstalk” Dennis Albert Warren.
According to the Seminole County Clerk of Court where the charges were filed, the Sheriff’s Office investigated Zimmerman over allegations that he stalked Dennis Warren in late December 2017, then in March Investigators handed over their findings, and the State Attorneys Office decided to prosecute.
Zimmerman is facing misdemeanor stalking charges.
Zimmerman texted a threat to his lastest victim. “I know how to handle people who fuc* with me. I have since February of 2012” and that was the same month he fatally shot Trayvon Martin.
George Zimmerman text to his latest alleged victim: “I know how to handle people who fuc* with me. I have since February of 2012” — the month he killed Trayvon Martin, according to police report. @NBC6
— Tony Pipitone (@TonyNBC6) May 7, 2018
Zimmerman allegedly called the victim 55 times, left 36 voicemails, sent 67 texts and 27 emails in a nine-day span, including threatening to feed the victim to an alligator, according to ClickforOrlando. He’s accused of telling his victim that he was “on his way to the inside of a gator.”
The arraignment will take place on May 30. He does have a stalking problem. In 2013, he followed Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager, then shot him dead. Following that, Zimmerman became a conservative hero. And since then, he’s had numerous run-ins with the police.
We’re only surprised that Trump hasn’t offered Zimmerman a cabinet position.
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