Shellie Zimmerman, Wife Of George, May File For Divorce - Opposing Views

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Shellie Zimmerman, Wife Of George, May File For Divorce
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George Zimmerman may have won his freedom during the murder trial of Trayvon Martin, but he might be losing his wife, Shellie, who told ABC News divorce is something she's considering. Shellie, 26, told Good Morning America Thursday she wants to get ...
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