George Zimmerman is back in the news, except this time he's coming for Queen Bey. While in production of the Trayvon Martin docuseries, produced by Jay-Z, Zimmerman reportedly sent a series of threatening text messages and voicemails according to Complex.
As publically noted, Zimmerman faced trial for shooting and killing Trayvon Martin in 2012. George was however acquitted of second-degree murder a year later.
The allegedly threatening messages were directly sent to Dennis Warren, a private investigator hired to find potential cast members for the docu-series. In the text, Zimmerman writes, "oh yeah and tell Jay-Z he's a b***h and his wife is a broke wh**e."
“And I’m bringing hell with me."
He adds, "If I see either of them in my life, they’ll find themselves inside a 13 foot gator.”
Earlier this year in May, Zimmerman was charged with a misdemeanor for stalking and harassing Dennis Warren between December 1625 of 2017. Warren informed authorities that he did initially contact Zimmerman asking if he would be interested in participating in the docu-series titled Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.
Reports state that Zimmerman called Warren 55 times, left 36 voicemails, and sent him 27 emails, plus 67 texts all within a nine-day period. Zimmerman also sent Warren a link to an article where he was quoted saying "I know how to handle people who f**k with me, I have been since February 2012," according to The New York Daily News.
George allegedly wrote, "Anyone who f**ks with my parents will be fed to an alligator." When asked by Warren to stop contacting him, he reportedly stated: "I'll show up at your home you F***ING P**SY!!!"
Authorities stated the threats regarding his parents pertained to "direct involvement in contacting and soliciting the potential participation of [Zimmerman's] family members for the production." Producers from the series reportedly showed up unannounced to the homes of Zimmerman's friends and family asking them to speak on camera.
Jay-Z addressed his issues with George Zimmerman earlier this year through his verse on DJ Khaled's "Top Off." In the song, he warns Zimmerman not to send him any more threats or else the situation could end violently.
"Meanwhile Georgie Porgie sinnin’ and sendin’ me threats/Save your breath, you couldn’t beat a flight of steps/Try that sh*t with a grown man / I’ll kill that f**kboy with my own hand."
The six-part docu-series, Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story, premiered July 30th on the Paramount Network.