George Zimmerman Accused of Road Rage & Death Threat

According to USA Today, George Zimmerman (who was acquitted in the Trayvon Martin case) has been accused of road rage by an unidentified man.

Lake Mary, Fla. police reported that the man made a 911 call and said that Zimmerman was threatening to kill him during the road rage incident. The same man called 911 the next day and accused Zimmerman of waiting for him after work. The man told police that he feared for his life.

Zimmerman admitted to police that he had exchanged words with his accuser.

The man chose not to press charges against Zimmerman, but felt he needed to report the strange behavior.

This is the third encounter Zimmerman has had with police in the last year. The first time saw his estranged wife call police and claim Zimmerman had threatened her and her father. She did not press charges.

In the second incident, his girlfriend accused him of domestic violence. He was arrested, but his name was cleared after she changed her story and dropped the charges entirely.

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