George Zimmerman Threatens His Wife With A Bullet-Filled Target [PHOTO]

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  • The estranged wife of George Zimmerman, Shellie Zimmerman says he nailed a bullet-filled target to the wall of her home as a “subliminal message.” Radar Online obtained the photo Shellie is alleging George nailed on the wall. Shellie reportedly sent the photo to her lawyer, stating, “Look at the subliminal message George sent me.” As another source pointed out to Radar Online, “It’s really not that subliminal. A not-so subtle message, I think. It was clearly a threat.” Radar Online’s source is claiming that Shellie “went over to the house” after returning from New York and “discovered the target with bullet holes in various quadrants.”

    This isn’t the first time that George has threatened his ex wife. Two months after Zimmerman was deemed not guilty in the shooting death of unarmed teen, Trayvon Martin, Shellie divorced him. Since their split, Shellie’s claimed that she didn’t know what George was “capable” of. Days after Shellie filed for divorce, she called the police and let them know that Zimmerman threatened she and her father with a gun! But after the claim, Shellie claimed that she hadn’t seen a gun and dropped the charges she filed against him. Hmm, we’re wondering if Shellie reneged on the charges because she’s afraid? It’s not far-fetched.

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