George Zimmerman Threatens to ‘Go All Trayvon’ During Road Rage Incident

LAKE MARY, Fla. – An unidentified man called 911 last week claiming that George Zimmerman threatened to kill him during a road rage incident. According to a police spokesperson, Zimmerman drove up alongside the individual’s vehicle and yelled, “Why are you pointing a finger at me? Do you know who I am? I’ll f***ing kill you!

The man then pulled over into a parking lot to make a 911 call and was followed by Zimmerman, who screamed, “I’ll go all Trayvon on your a**! You got some Skittles there in that car of yours?” ZImmerman then left before the police arrived.

Zimmerman apparently carried his road rage over into the next day, as the driver called 911 again, this time claiming that Zimmerman was waiting for him at work and that he feared for his safety. He claimed ZImmerman was pacing outside his place of work, holding up a grey hoodie and taunting the individual. The man eventually declined to press charges after Zimmerman admitted to police that he had exchanged words with the man the previous day.

“Mr. Zimmerman said he had been suspicious of the individual and wanted to ensure the safety of the neighborhood,” said the police spokesperson. “We thanked him for his concern but asked him to please stop stalking the individual.”

This is the third time the police have been called in to investigate Zimmerman since 2013, when he was acquitted of second degree murder and manslaughter in the 2012 killing of unarmed, 17-year old Trayvon Martin. Friends of Zimmerman have said that he has been heard to mutter about his need to “get his Trayvon on” more and more frequently in recent weeks.