George Zimmerman Punched In Face For 'Bragging' About Trayvon's Murder
George Zimmerman was acquitted of second-degree murder and manslaughter in 2013 for the murder of Trayvon Martin. But on Sunday, Zimmerman, 32, was punched in the face at a Florida restaurant for bragging about the incident – and RadarOnline.com has obtained the chilling 911 call he made to the cops!
Deputies who responded to the incident at Gators Riverside Grill in Sanford, Florida — the same town where the shocking murder took place – said that Zimmerman claimed he was punched by a man after allegedly bragging about the murder.
According to the incident report, the situation started when Zimmerman was explaining to a table of people that he had shot Martin in self-defense.
The report states that a large man approached him while he was discussing the killing and asked him, "You're bragging about that?"
Shortly after leaving, the man came back and asked Zimmerman why he had not left the restaurant yet. That is when a fight escalated, resulting in Zimmerman being punched by the man in the face, he said.
As of today, the man — who police said is named "Eddie" – has not been arrested.
As RadarOnline.com previously reported, after Zimmerman sold the weapon used to kill Martin for $250,000, he was also shopping around an exclusive interview about the murder.
Click on the chilling audio above to hear the shocking incident unfold.