George Zimmerman may have gotten acquitted of the senseless killing of Trayvon Martin, but karma never forgets.
Zimmerman has recently been charged with stalking a private investigator who was working on a documentary related to the fatal shooting of the teen.
The misdemeanor stalking charge was filed in March in Seminole County Court and alleges that Zimmerman stalked, harassed, cyberstalked and even threatened the investigator with bodily harm.
Court records allege that Zimmerman “did willfully, maliciously, and repeatedly follow, harass, or cyberstalk” a private investigator.
The victim in the case, Dennis Albert Warren, was hired to track down people who may have an interest in participating in a documentary centered around the life of Trayvon Martin and the incidents leading up to his death.
According to the affidavit, Zimmerman called the victim 55 times, texted him another 67 times and left 36 voicemails between Dec. 16, 2016, and Dec. 25, 2017.
At one point, according to the charging document, Zimmerman forwarded the victim a link to a news article in which he was quoted as saying “anyone who f**** with my family will be fed to an alligator.”
The article Zimmerman forwarded to the victim also quoted him as saying “I know how to handle people who f*** with me, and I have since 2012.” (source)
Prosecutors said Monday that they believe the alleged crime of stalking can be proven beyond a reasonable doubt at trial.
Zimmerman, who was famously acquitted for the shooting death of unarmed teen Trayvon Martin, has a notice to appear on May 30.