One of George Zimmerman’s closest supporters is doing more than simply revoke her support. George Zimmerman’s wife, Shellie Zimmerman is filing from her husband claiming began making “reckless decisions” after his acquittal in the Trayvon Martin murder case.
In an interview with ABC News, Shellie says she began realizing she never really knew her husband, claiming he began feeling “invincible”:
I have a selfish husband. And I thinkr
George is all about George. I think I’m realizing that I have been married to a person for almost seven years, and I don’t think that I ever really knew him at all.
The distraught wife says the couple unsuccessfully attempted marriage counseling after George’s temper led to verbal abuse.
Shellie pled guilty to perjury under oath for lying during the Bond hearing in George Zimmerman’s case, informing the court that they had limited funds. Records later revealed George Zimmerman amassed thousands of dollars in donations at the time of the hearing that the married couple conspired together to disperse to multiple accounts.
George Zimmerman was not at the court when she was sentenced to a year’s probation and 100 hours of community service.
The married couple of 6 years separated on August 13th. Shellie informed ABC News that even when they were together it was in horror for the past 18 months:
We have pretty much lived like gypsies for the past year and a half. We’ve lived in a 20-foot trailer in the woods, scared every night that someone would go and find us and that it would be horrific.
Shellie, 26 currently has $12,729 to her name and has amassed a debt of $103,756, according to copy of her court filings which was posted online by ABC News.
She is asking for equitable distribution of the couple’s assets and debts.