Shellie Zimmerman, George Zimmerman's estranged wife, now claims that he left her a bullett-riddled target as some type of ominous subliminal message. Shellie Zimmerman filed for divorce less than two months after George Zimmerman was acquitted of murdering Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. in February 2012. 

Just days later, George Zimmerman was taken into custody after allegedly coming to Shellie Zimmerman's parents home in Lake Mary, Fla. and threatening her and her father with a gun before punching the man in the face. Zimmerman, who called 911, later claimed that she never saw a gun and declined to press charges.

Yesterday, Radar Online got a photo of the target, which Zimmerman says her husband left in their living room after she asked him to move out. Zimmerman had been in New York to make appear on the Today Show; she says she discovered the target upon returning home. 

Zimmerman then reportedly took a picture of the target and sent it to her lawyer with the message "Look at the subliminal message George sent me." Last week, police announced that George Zimmerman would not be charged for the September incident in Lake Mary.

[via The Huffington Post]

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