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More Trouble: George Zimmerman Charged With Stalking

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George Zimmerman, the Florida man who was accused of shooting and killing unarmed teen Trayvon Martin in 2012, is back in trouble with the law, has learned. This time, the infamous Florida man was charged with stalking.

According to police documents, the Seminole County Sheriff's Office conducted an investigation into allegations that Zimmerman, 34, had threatened and harassed private investigator Dennis Warren in December of 2017.

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After looking over the evidence, prosecutors determined that Zimmerman indeed stalked Warren. According to the official affidavit, “On or between December 16, 2017 and December 25, 2017, George Michael Zimmerman did willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follow, harass, or cyberstalk another person, Dennis Albert Warren."

Zimmerman is scheduled for arraignment on the charge on May 30.

As previously reported, Zimmerman was found not guilty in connection with the deadly February 2012 shooting of 17-year-old Martin. He was acquitted on second-degree murder and manslaughter charges.

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Since then, Zimmerman has been in and out of trouble. In 2015, he was charged with aggravated assault for allegedly throwing a wine bottle at an ex-girlfriend, though the charges were eventually dropped. The following year, he was thrown out of a local Florida bar for allegedly using a racial slur.

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