Zimmerman's altercation caught on home surveillance tape
New surveillance video involving Monday’s dispute with George Zimmerman and his soon-to-be ex-wife Shellie has been released. The video, recorded at the home of Shelli’s father, shows a confrontation between George and Shellie. George can be seen
LAKE MARY, Fla. - New surveillance video involving Monday's dispute with George Zimmerman and his soon-to-be ex-wife Shellie has been released.
The video, recorded at the home of Shelli's father, shows a confrontation between George and Shellie. George can be seen smashing an iPad in the driveway.
This comes after Shellie called 911 Monday following a domestic dispute at her father's Lake Mary home on Sprucewood Road.
"He accosted my father and then took my iPad out of my hands and smashed it and cut it with a pocket knife," Shellie told a 911 operator.
She initially claimed George threatened her and her dad with a gun, and she also said George hit her father in the face. In the 911 call, she mentioned George having a gun at least five times.
But later the same day, she admitted she never actually saw George with a gun. Police confirmed they never found one.
But the smashed iPad that was recorded on the surveillance tape may hold some key evidence as it was used to shoot video of the alleged confrontation between Zimmerman and his estranged wife Shellie.
You can see George twisting the iPad, then throwing it into the grass.
Last week, Shellie filed for divorce, about a month after her husband was acquitted in the murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.
The iPad is being examined and if video can be recovered, it may determine whether Shellie or George face charges in this case.