Though he was acquitted of murder charges in connection with the 2012 shooting death of black teen Trayvon Martin, the case has continued to define George Zimmerman’s public life.
He has attempted to cash in on his notoriety through the sale of original artwork and even the gun used to kill Martin, whom the neighborhood watch member claims appeared to be a threat.
Zimmerman now faces criminal charges stemming from his alleged stalking of a private investigator working on behalf of the production company behind a documentary about Martin.
A summons issued in the case accuses Zimmerman of calling Dennis Warren 55 times over a span of just nine days in December. He is additionally accused of sending 67 text messages, leaving 36 voice messages and sending 27 emails during the same period.
According to a press release by the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, Zimmerman is set to appear in court for arraignment on May 30.