George Zimmerman Charged With Stalking A Private Investigator

George Zimmerman Charged With Stalking A Private Investigator

Authorities said Zimmerman, 34, had stalked a private investigator who was preparing a documentary, and at one point threatened to feed him to an alligator.

Warren told officials that he was tasked with tracking down and contacting individuals with ties to the Martin case who might be interested in taking part in the documentary, which was being co-produced by J-Zay.

Zimmerman allegedly called Warren 55 times, left 36 voicemails, and sent him 27 emails, plus 67 texts, in the nine-day period mentioned above.

Florida's Seminole County Sheriff's Office investigated the situation and submitted its report to the state attorney's office in March.

George Zimmerman, the onetime local watch volunteer that has been acquitted in the 2012 shooting passing of Trayvon Martin at Central Florida, has been charged for supposedly threatening and raping a detective agency involved in a documentary concerning Martin.

A few days later, Zimmerman began contacting the private investigator directly.

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Outside of the initial text and voicemail, the private investigator made no further attempts to speak or meet with Zimmerman, deputies wrote in a warrant request. Furthermore, he proclaimed that "anyone who fucks with my parents will be fed to an alligator".

According to records from the Brevard and Seminole State Attorney's Office, Zimmerman was charged with misdemeanor stalking, and was just recently served a criminal summons on May 3 by the 18th Circuit Court.

Records show that when Warren asked Zimmerman to stop, he texted "NO!" and then "Pursue charges," according to Spectrum News 13.

In December 2017, another producer of the documentary reportedly informed Warren that Zimmerman had been sending him threats against himself and the PI.

Warren contacted the sheriff's office and said he was concerned for his safety, along with his family's.

Paramount Network has teamed up with executive producer JAY-Z for a landmark television event, "Rest In Power: The Trayvon Martin Story", based on the life and legacy of Trayvon Martin. Zimmerman did not answer his own phone. Zimmerman claimed he had been assaulted by a patron.

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