George Zimmerman Says He’s Homeless and Suffers From PTSD In First Interview Since Acquittal (VIDEO)
According to reports, after Zimmerman recorded an interview with Univision and Fusion last Tuesday (February 11th), he took himself, his girlfriend, her child and brother to the beach where they were allegedly harassed. The alleged harassment included an unnamed individual shouting that a $10,000 bounty was on George Zimmerman’s head. Zimmerman fled the city of Miami the following day.
In his interview with spanish language Univsion, Zimmerman stated he suffers from “post traumatic stress disorder” (PTSD) and lives in a constant state of fear following his acquittal in the murder case of Trayvon Martin. He spoke with CNN about how his death threats attribute to his alleged PTSD:
I have a lot of people saying that, you know, they guarantee that they’re going to kill me and I’ll never be a free man
Zimmerman also claims that he is homeless after he racked up over $1.5 million in lawyer fees. Zimmerman’s defense attorney Mark O’Mara stated that him and his law firm needed $500,000 to even start the case, started the George Zimmerman Defense Fund and raised the majority of the money, which did not include their individual payments.
Check out George Zimmerman talk about being homeless, suffering from PTSD and more in his first interview since his acquittal: