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George Zimmerman Allegedly Threatened To Harm Queen Bey And Jay-Z

Allegedly, he was upset about Jay-Z producing the Trayvon Martin documentary.

George Zimmerman allegedly called Beyoncé a broke whore and threatened to harm her and husband Jay-Z over the recent documentary Rest in Power: The Trayvon Martin Story.

For the last six years, Zimmerman has become a national symbol of how white supremacy bends over backward to protect those who harm black people. The man responsible for shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin has reportedly threatened to feed the Carters to alligators for attempting to discuss the Florida teen's death.

The Blast reports Zimmerman sent text messages to private investigator Dennis Warren, who worked on behalf of the documentary's production. Warren was trying to track down prospective participants and contacted Zimmerman.

This was when the 34-year-old sent the messages about the Carters.

"... tell Jay-Z he's a broke bitch and his wife is a broke whore," Zimmerman allegedly wrote. The text continued, "If I see either of them in my life, they'll find themselves in a 13-foot gator."

Warren claims the acquitted shooter continued to harass him and make threats, forcing him to file stalking and harassment charges. According to Consequence of Sound, Zimmerman made threats as early as eight months ago, when the documentary was wrapping production. 

Zimmerman also made threats to executive producer Michael Gasparro. He sent a series of texts stating Gasparro would be the subject of a hit by the Genovese crime family. 

Over the years the shooter has had money problems, with reports stating he is $2.5 million in debt and has little to no income. 

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