On Tuesday, recently acquitted George Zimmerman (pictured) was pulled over by police for speeding, making this the second time he has been pulled over in a little more than a month, according to WTSP.
After reportedly driving 65 mph in a 45 mph zone, Zimmerman was reportedly pulled over in Lake Mary, Fla.
While more details haven’t been released yet in his Florida pullover, this isn’t the first time Zimmerman has been pulled over.
Zimmerman was pulled over on July 28th in Forney, Texas. As NewsOne previously reported:
According to CBS News, Zimmerman was driving a gray Honda pick-up with Florida plates and had the following exchange with the police officer:
Officer: “Where you headed to?”
Zimmerman: “Nowhere in particular.”
Officer: “Nowhere in particular? Why do you say that?”
Zimmerman: “You didn’t see my name?”
Officer: What a coincidence.”
The pullover occurred just a few weeks after Zimmerman was found to be not-guilty of second-degree murder of teen Trayvon Martin by a six-person jury.