Source: Seni Tienabeso / ABC News
Shellie Zimmerman, a fixture in court during the murder trial of her husband George Zimmerman, the Florida man acquitted for the death of Trayvon Martin, said in an exclusive interview with ABC News she is “going to have to think about” whether she stays married to him.
In a wide-ranging interview conducted by investigative freelance journalist Christi O’Connor, Zimmerman said on the evening Martin died she was staying elsewhere because the couple had got in an argument the night before. She added that the struggles of the last year and a half have further strained their relationship.
Shellie Zimmerman, who pleaded guilty to perjury Wednesday for lying about the couple’s finances during her husband’s bond hearing, refused to comment on whether she was pressured to do so.
But she said a part of her feels “slightly” like she was hung out to dry when he did not stand up for her when she lied to a judge about how much money they had received in donations from outsiders and that the entire ordeal has hurt their relationship.
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