George Zimmerman’s bid to profit off the gun he used to kill an unarmed Florida teen may be a new low for the infamous Florida watchman — but it’s certainly not the first time he’s threatened society with his smarmy, dangerous behavior.
Here’s a look at all Zimmerman’s most offensive moments:
He killed Trayvon Martin
Zimmerman first made headlines in 2012 when he gunned down 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in his gated community in Sanford. The neighborhood watchman claimed he was acting in self-defense; the teen — who was walking back to his dad’s fiancée’s home after buying candy and a bottle of iced tea at a 7-Eleven — was unarmed.
The trigger-happy Florida man was eventually acquitted on murder charges.
He boasted about killing Trayvon Martin
In September, three and a half years after killing the teen, Zimmerman appeared to gloat about the death: He retweeted a photo of the teen’s dead body.
“Z-Man is a one man army,” the tweet read. Zimmerman’s retweet of the graphic images seemed to be a pat-on-the-back for the teen’s death.
He threatened to kill another driver in a burst of road rage
The killer bullied another driver in 2014 after he followed his victim into a parking lot and asked: “Do you know who I am?”
It’s unclear why Zimmerman was so furious, but the driver, identified as Matthew Apperson, said the rage-filled Florida man followed him into a gas station parking lot and threated to open fire.
“I looked over — George Zimmerman was the driver — and they were threatening to kick my ass and to shoot me,” Apperson told a 911 dispatcher as he reported the incident.
Apperson declined to press charges.
He slut-shamed his ex and posted revenge porn of her on Twitter
What a gentleman.
A vengeful Zimmerman lashed out at his ex-girlfriend in December, posting her topless photos and phone number online after he accused her of cheating on him.
“This is Heather. She cheated on me with a dirty Muslim,” he wrote on Twitter. “She’ll sleep with anyone.” He accused the blonde of stealing his gun in another vile post.
Heather, who did not reveal her last name, said Zimmerman turned hostile when she tried to end their relationship, prompting his despicable Twitter rampage.
“It’s very violating. You never think it will happen to you,” she said.
Zimmerman’s Twitter account was deactivated after the disgusting rant.
He shoved a shotgun in his girlfriend’s face
Zimmerman was charged with assault and battery in 2013 for allegedly pointing a gun at his girlfriend, Samantha Scheibe. The terrified woman called 911 during the attack and told dispatchers Zimmerman pushed her out of their home and barricaded himself inside after shoving a long gun in her face.
“You put your gun in my freakin’ face!” Scheibe yelled at Zimmerman, according to a recording of the call.
The charges were later dropped.
He shoved a gun in his estranged wife’s face and punched her dad
Shellie Zimmerman told cops the killer pulled a gun on her and beat up her father after he accused her of having an affair in 2013.
“I’m really, really scared,” she told an emergency dispatcher during the harrowing attack. Shellie Zimmerman, who has since divorced the menace, said her estranged husband smashed her iPad and punched her dad in the face before he pointed a gun at both of them.
Zimmerman was detained after the alleged attack but was released when the two refused to press charges.
He threw a wine bottle at a woman who tried to break up with him
Zimmerman has a storied history of attacking women: In 2015, he allegedly threw a wine bottle at one of his flames when she threatened to break up with him.
The unidentified woman — whom told cops Zimmerman is “psychopath” — said she regretted hooking up with the acquitted killer. During a late-night fight over a piece of art, she threatened to end things with him, and he retaliated by chucking a bottle of wine at her, she told police.
Zimmerman also threw her cellphone to the ground, breaking it. She did not press charges.
He’s a dangerous driver
Zimmerman was slapped with a speeding ticket in 2013 — just a month after he was issued a warning for the same infraction.
In late July, Texas cops let the speeding Zimmerman off with a warning. But Florida issued him a ticket for going 60 mph in a 40 mph zone in early September, WESH reported at the time.
He was pulled over that August, too, in between the two speeding incidents. South Florida police said his windows were tinted too dark and he had a cover over his license tag. However, he was issued a warning — not a ticket — and was not forced to fix either violation, the Orlando Sentinel reported.
He makes garbage artwork
Zimmerman isn’t just dangerous to society’s safety: He’s threating our culture with his awful paintings.
Last year, the killer artist unveiled a painting of a Confederate flag and dedicated the offensive work to a Florida gun shop owner who denies service to Muslims. The flag — painted with uneven stars and messy brush work — features the phrase, “the 2nd protects our 1st,” written with poor penmanship.
The racist, pro-gun work wasn’t Zimmerman’s first stab at art. In 2013, he sold a painting of a Blue American flag for $100,000 on eBay.
The oil work butchered the Pledge of Allegiance by miss-ordering words: it was emblazoned with the phrase, “god one nation with liberty and justice for all.”
His painting of Florida prosecutor Angela Corey led to threats of legal action over its resemblance to a copyrighted photo.