George Zimmerman is considering moving out of Florida, sick of 'trouble'

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Apparently, George Zimmerman is tired of being harassed—more specifically, being shot at—and is ready to move out of Florida.

Since being acquitted of the murder of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin back in 2013, Zimmerman has maintained a residency here in the Sunshine State. However, that may soon change.



According to a DailyMail exclusive, Monday's incident in Lake Mary, Florida, with Mathew Apperson, could be the turning point that forces Zimmerman to relocated to Virginia, where he originally grew up. 

Several friends interviewed by the DailyMail claim that, "Zimmerman is always looking over his shoulder fearful that someone will try to attack him. Since being acquitted he has seen his marriage fail, not been able to find a job and suffers panic attacks when out in public."  



The group, Friends of Zimmerman, also told the online publication, "He wants a quiet life and although he carries a gun, he does not flash it around. He is now thinking twice about staying in Florida. His family are here but all he seems to get is trouble."

Zimmerman's assailant, Mathew Apperson, is facing a possible charge of assault with a deadly weapon. If convicted he could serve a 10 year sentence. 


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