Last week, Georgie Zimmerman's wife, Shellie, filed for divorce, characterizing her soon-to-be ex-husband as "selfish." The terms of her divorce have been revealed, as Shellie Zimmerman wants half of their assets, life insurance and custody of the couple's two dogs.
She wants to be named the benficiary of a permanent life insurance policy that George will pay for. She also wants half of everything, from "checking accounts, trusts, partnerships," to "any unknown assets." This could include money George Zimmerman has requested from the state of Florida and any funds awarded from a pending defamation lawsuit filed against NBC.
On Thursday, Shellie Zimmerman appeared on ABC's Good Morning America and said that her husband had only spent "three or four nights" home per week after being acquitted for second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of Trayvon Martin. She also called Zimmerman "selfish" and said she believed he felt "invicible" since the verdict was delivered in July.
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