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A Killer And A Creep? Cops Investigate Claims George Zimmerman Sent 'Inappropriate' Shot From 'Sexual' Video To Girlfriend's Family Member

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Feb. 25 2014, Updated 6:46 a.m. ET

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A chilling gun collection isn't the only dark secret Travyon Martin's killer George Zimmerman is hiding: RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned that cops recently launched an investigation over a secret "sexual" video on his cellphone -- when his girlfriend told police that he sent an "inappropriate still shot photo" from the video to her eleven-year-old daughter!

The disturbing allegations came to light when police investigated a November domestic altercation between Zimmerman and his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, at their Florida home.

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According to police documents reviewed by Radar, on November 19, 2013, officers met with Scheibe at the Seminole Sheriff's Office in Sanford, Florida, "about the past domestic violence incident… Scheibe also stated that George Zimmerman had sent her 11 year old daughter an inappropriate still shot photo from an intimate home video."

Scheibe told cops the next day that "some time ago, she made a video that was sexual in nature," the report claimed. "The video… remained on her cell phone until George Zimmerman found it" and sent it to his own cell phone.

Then, Scheibe told cops, Zimmerman "took a still photograph from the video, which depicted Samantha Scheibe lying on a bed and later forwarded this still photograph to her daughter's cell phone" with the accompanying message: "Ask mommie what this is."

Police officers reviewed the original message which "only depicted Samantha Scheibe's upper body and a headboard in the background," per the report.

After meeting with Scheibe's daughter to view the clip on her phone, the officers determined "that the photograph did not show anything pornographic at all."

Zimmerman was subsequently charged with felony aggravated assault in connection with the original domestic incident with Scheibe.

As Radar has reported, Scheibe eventually dropped the charges, telling police she had "misspoken" in her statements to police.

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