George Zimmerman Gun Threats After Wife Shellie Demands Divorce

George Zimmerman gun threats are being claimed by George Zimmerman’s wife Shellie after she asked for a divorce.

As previously reported by The Inquisitr, an alleged altercation saw George Zimmerman arrested this afternoon in Orlando.

George Zimmerman and his wife have been separated for over a month since the acquittal from the Trayvon Martin trial. But things have turned nasty since then.

George Zimmerman’s wife Shellie called police and said he was being “aggressive.” Shellie claims George Zimmerman made threats with “hand on his gun” and may have battered her father, although the latest reports say there’s no “significant injuries.” Battery does not necessarily have to include physical injuries. But Shellie says George Zimmerman “punched my father in the nose.”

Technically, George Zimmerman was not arrested by police but he is being investigated for “potential domestic battery.” A Lake Mary police spokesman is now telling reporters that George Zimmerman is not in custody or detained as previously reported. George Zimmerman is cooperating with police and his lawyer is not yet on the scene, although the media is already camping out at his house. Shellie’s lawyer is supposedly consulting with her and her father whether to press charges against George Zimmerman.

So how did these George Zimmerman gun threats come about? George Zimmerman’s divorce with wife Shellie has quickly gotten nasty. Despite committing defense fund raising perjury on George Zimmerman’s behalf, she’s demanding half of everything they own even though George Zimmerman is broke after the trial. Shellie even wants George Zimmeran’s dog.

Speaking about George Zimmerman, Shellie say, “I have a selfish husband and I think George is all about George. I have supported him for so long and neglected myself for too long. And I feel like I’m finally starting to feel empowered again.”

Life has been interesting for George Zimmerman after the Trayvon Martin trial. George Zimmerman’s speeding tickets made the news not once, but twice. But some said George Zimmerman was a hero after rescuing a family from an overturned vehicle.