Shellie Zimmerman, the wife of neighborhood watchman George Zimmerman, has filed for divorce. The divorce petition cites irreconcilable differences. In a video with ABC News she recounts what she went through in standing with him after the Trayvon Martin case, where her husband was tried and regrettably acquitted of killing the unarmed 17-year-old teen. Recently, Shellie Zimmerman faced a Florida judge for committing perjury, in lying about how much money the couple collected from donors during the case.
She was sentenced to 100 hours of community service, which she hopes to serve with a "Christian ministry" and 1-year of probation. George Zimmerman was noticeably absent from the court room, which is ironic, as his wife stood by him throughout the trial. Shellie Zimmerman stated on camera she seeks to send a message to Martin’s parents, "I’m so deeply sorry for their loss. I can’t begin to understand the grief that a parent experiences when they lose a child."
The question is will she tell all regarding what she knows about the Trayvon Martin murder. She has been privy to many things, had to help him corroborate his story and is not bound by attorney-client privilege, as she is his wife.