UPDATE: George Zimmerman’s Girlfriend Contacted Reporter regularly before 911 call – but he’s amassed a cache of weapons! SyndicatedNews November 23, 2013 LEGAL CASES 774 UPDATE: George Zimmerman’s girlfriend says she “did not” set him up but in the meanwhile, he’s been amassing a cache of weapons… Samantha Scheibe was the blonde in the car when George Zimmerman and Shellie Zimmerman were fighting outside their home. George kept telling Shellie “Come on, give me an excuse” while Scheibe was sitting in his car. She was visibly shaken that day. Now she had to call 911 to save her from George Zimmerman just like Shellie Zimmerman did. By D.L. Chandler On Monday, the nation learned that George Zimmerman allegedly pointed a shotgun as his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, inside their Florida home. Now, details have been revealed that Scheibe had allegedly been in contact with a reporter for weeks revealing details about her troubled partner and has demanded a paid national interview. RELATED: George Zimmerman’s Girlfriend Says He Pointed Shotgun At Her Scheibe, and her mother, Hope Mason, were in contact with Orlando station WKMG’s Erik Sandoval, who broke the story Tuesday during an evening broadcast. Sandoval says the pair texted him intimate details of the nature of Zimmerman’s relationship with Scheibe, stating they’ve known each other for 12 years. The curious timing of the WKMG report and the Monday arrest prompted the girlfriend to speak out in her defense. Watch news update of story below: [box] George Zimmerman, acquitted in the high-profile killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, arrives in court Tuesday, Nov. 19, 2013, in Sanford, Fla., for his hearing on charges including aggravated assault stemming from a fight with his girlfriend. (AP Photo/Orlando Sentinel, Joe Burbank, Pool) On Monday, the nation learned that George Zimmerman allegedly pointed a shotgun as his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe, inside their Florida home. Now, details have been revealed that Scheibe had allegedly been in contact with a reporter for weeks revealing details about her troubled partner and has demanded a paid national interview. RELATED: George Zimmerman’s Girlfriend Says He Pointed Shotgun At Her Scheibe, and her mother, Hope Mason, were in contact with Orlando station WKMG’s Erik Sandoval, who broke the story Tuesday during an evening broadcast. Sandoval says the pair texted him intimate details of the nature of Zimmerman’s relationship with Scheibe, stating they’ve known each other for 12 years. The curious timing of the WKMG report and the Monday arrest prompted the girlfriend to speak out in her defense. Watch news update of story below: “I did actually speak to her at noon today after our story aired last night at 11,” Sandoval said Wednesday. “She wants to make it absolutely clear. She says that she and her daughter did not set Zimmerman up for what happened on Monday at her home in Apopka.” RELATED: George Zimmerman and Samantha Scheibe’s 911 Calls Scheibe claims that it was a coincidence that news of her seeking payment in granting a national news outlet an interview happened around the time of the incident this week. But on Tuesday, Sandoval says that Scheibe and her mother have been texting him for three weeks. The claims by WKMG that they were seeking financial compensation for their story was confirmed by the Orlando Sentinel after one unnamed organization told the paper they were contacted. Zimmerman’s girlfriend had been talking to a reporter for weeks before her 911 call. Sandoval was told by Scheibe that Zimmerman was “fascinated by guns” and claimed she was afraid of the former volunteer night watchman. She remained with Zimmerman because she wanted to help him. Scheibe initially contacted Sandoval after Zimmerman’s depression created an oppressive environment in their home and he put her belongings outside after an argument. Scheibe also claims Zimmerman texted a portion of an “intimate video” of the two to her young daughter in a fit of anger, and threatened her in writing. Zimmerman’s history of violence didn’t begin with Scheibe, as he has been accused of domestic violence and threats against his ex-wife, Shelly Zimmerman. Just this past September, Zimmerman was accused of waving a handgun at his wife at her parent’s home, but was not charged. Since his acquittal in July regarding the killing of Trayvon Martin, Zimmerman has been stopped by police for moving violations and the aforementioned incident with his ex-wife and her family. By Ruthie DiTucci Today, George Zimmerman’s current girlfriend called the police when George pointed a long barrel shotgun. He has been living with the woman for months. She wanted to break up with him and he reacted by threatening her life. She was frightened for her life and was standing in the thresh-hold of her apartment when George finished pushing her all the way out of the apartment while she was on the phone with the police 911 dispatcher. As she was waiting outside for the police, she could hear George moving her furniture against the door. When the police arrived, she gave them her key to the apartment and they let themselves in. Knowing George from his last arrest, they identified themselves by name and told him they were coming in. Samantha Scheibe was the blonde in the car when George Zimmerman and Shellie Zimmerman were fighting outside their home. George kept telling Shellie “Come on, give me an excuse” while Scheibe was sitting in his car. She was visibly shaken that day. Now she had to call 911 to save her from George Zimmerman just like Shellie Zimmerman did. George was sitting in the living room unresponsive staring at the wall on the other side of the room. He allowed himself to be taken in without incident. He has been charged with aggravated assault, battery, domestic charges and whatever other charges they can think of by morning when he will appear before a judge. After the stand your ground shooting death of Trayvon Martin at the hands of George Zimmerman and Zimmerman being found not guilty for the shooting, Zimmerman has gotten himself arrested again and again. Frankly, I believe his guilt is subconsciencely trying to get him to eventually get arrested for something strong enough that he will do time. His guilt is eating him alive for shooting the unarmed teenager. George knows he was fighting with Shellie and trying to get her attention when he re-directed his anger at Trayvon Martin. When last we heard of George Zimmerman he was fighting with his wife and tacked a bull’s eye target to the wall of their home. It had 17 bullet holes through it. The authorities suspect he did this to intimidate her. He had shown up at the house with a new girlfriend in his car and had been menacing his wife Shellie with a gun. He made gestures that he had a gun and kept taunting her to come close to the car so that he’d have an excuse to use it. The police arrested him then and Mark O’Mara made the announcement that he would no longer represent George Zimmerman. After being acquitted in the shooting death of the unarmed Miami teen Trayvon Martin, George is in trouble with the law again. George Zimmerman was arrested at approximately 1 p.m. Monday, according to the Seminole County Sheriff’s Office, whose deputies responded to a disturbance call in Apopka in Central Florida. Zimmerman is currently incarcerated in the John E. Polk Correctional Facility in Sanford, Florida. Zimmermans, O’Mara settle lawsuit with security company George Zimmerman’s security team paid $30K in settlement, attorney says ORLANDO, Fla. – The Zimmermans and attorney Mark O’Mara have settled a lawsuit with the private security company that was suing for unpaid security services from the aftermath of the Trayvon Martin shooting. George Zimmerman’s first security team, Associated Investigative Services, claims that Zimmerman and O’Mara owe them more than $27,000 plus interest, according to the lawsuit filed in December 2012. The security company’s attorney tells Local 6 on Friday the $30,000 was paid from the Zimmermans. No other details were immediately available. After Zimmerman shot and killed Martin, he received numerous death threats, prompting him to hire bodyguards. Zimmerman already paid the company $40,000 to provide bodyguard services for Zimmerman and his wife, Shellie, along with hotel rooms and meals among other expenses, according to the lawsuit. The security company says they worked for Zimmerman for about three months. O’Mara represented George Zimmerman in his second-degree murder trial in the summer of 2013. 17 holes shot through this bulls-eye that was left nailed to the wall in the house shared by George and Shellie Zimmerman. Soon thereafter, Shellie went on television and told the reporter on live national television that she doubted her husband’s innocence in the shooting of Trayvon Martin. George is currently in Sanford – the same city where Zimmerman shot and killed Trayvon Martin in February of 2012. He was later acquitted of second-degree murder in July 2013. It’s not clear yet why Zimmerman was arrested today or what crime he’s accused of committing, Just last week, Lake Mary police said no charges would be filed against Zimmerman or his estranged wife after a domestic dispute in September because there wasn’t enough evidence. Shellie Zimmerman told an international audience that she did not believe her husband George was as innocent as he made himself out to be. She felt he had gotten very cocky and felt he was invincible. George Zimmerman Arrest Report November 18, 2013 by SyndicatedNews Share on Facebook.Share on Twitter.Share on Google+Share on LinkedInPin It!Share on StumbleUponShare on Twitter.