Just days after signing autographs at a gun show in Florida, acquitted Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman recorded a video with his divorce attorneys to "allow America to see me for who I truly am without the filter."
Zimmerman, who claimed self-defense in the killing of the unarmed black teenager in 2012, is in the midst of a divorce after his estranged wife, Shellie, filed back in September.
"That's a great question. I'm figuring that out everyday," Zimmerman says in the video
when asked to explain who he really is. "I try and be a good person, a faithful person, a family man. But I do realize that I've been through a lot in life, and for better or worse, everything I do is hyperanalyzed, whether it's good or bad."
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Zimmerman was photographed Saturday at the New Orlando Gun Show where fewer than 20 people turned out to get a free autograph and meet and greet, according to the New York Daily News.
"He seemed nervous and actually a little scared to be there," one gun show attendee named Melissa told the Daily News. "He also appeared emotional, like he was really thankful and touched that people would come out to see him."
Also this week, Zimmerman's parents filed a lawsuit against actress and comedienne Roseanne Barr, claiming that they have not been able to return to their Lake Mary, Fla., home ever since Barr tweeted out their address two years ago, the Orlando Sentinel reported
The couple is seeking more than $15,000 in damages because Barr acted "extremely and outrageously in making the tweets which were intended to cause severe emotional distress to Robert and Gladys Zimmerman and great physical harm, if not death," according to the suit.
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