Say What Now? George Zimmerman Threatens Wife by Leaving Bullet-Filled Target Nailed to Her Wall [Photos]

George and Shellie Zimmerman

George Zimmerman isn’t one for subtlety, that’s for sure.

Shellie Zimmerman, the estranged wife of George Zimmerman says he nailed a bullet-filled target to the wall of her home after he was forced to move out. 

Radar Online obtained the photos from a source, saying:

Shellie reportedly sent the photo to her lawyer, stating, “Look at the subliminal message George sent me.”

The last person inside the building was said to be 30-year-old sharpshooter George, who had been dramatically asked to collect his belongings and leave, has been told.

“This is the photo that Shellie sent to her lawyer and said, ‘Look at the subliminal message George left me,’ following their showdown in September,” a source with intimate knowledge of the situation revealed.

“What else could a bullet-riddled marksman’s target mean?”

“Shellie’s mother went over to the home — she owns it with her husband — immediately after George moved out,” a source said.

“As she has reported to police, some of the items in the home were taken, including furniture, and it was trashed. She did not know by whom, but of course the family suspects George.

“At the time, Shellie was in New York, appearing on the TODAY show.

“What Shellie’s mom didn’t notice was the target. Then, when Shellie got home, she went over to the house and discovered the target with bullet holes in various quadrants.

“There it was… tacked up on the wall of their home office, right between the garage and the kitchen where the domestic incident took place.”

As for whether the dirty tricks target could have been left by someone else, the source told Radar: “It was not there when Shellie left, only when George moved out. He’s the only person who could have left it. Only he, Shellie and Shellie’s parents had keys.”

Someone needs to get George Zimmerman under control…pronto!

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