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Shelly Zimmerman shares some of fateful night with reporter writing s book
George Zimmerman - still keeping a low profile since his acquittal - but now his wife, Shellie Zimmerman shares what life has been like since that February night last year when her husband shot and killed Trayvon Martin.
Shellie Zimmerman - We have been pretty much gypsies for the past year and a half. We've lived in a 20 foot trailer in the woods, scared every night that someone was going to find us
She tells Investigative Reporter Christie O'Connel - who is writing a book about the case- - they had to hide - because of the death threats
So many scary ones like if George is acquitted you're gonna find him hanging in a tree
Shellie Zimmerman says she doesn't know what happened the night of the shooting- because she wasn't home.
Shellie Zimmerman We had gotten into an argument the night before and I left.
And - she can't explain George's actions *Now including a visit to the plant that manufactured the *gun he used to kill Martin.
Did you think it was sensitive?
Shellie- hints that their marriage is troubled.
Are you together?
I'm not going to answer that...
Of course I want to have children stay married
That's something I'm going to have to think about
With or without George, she says - she's moving forward.
Starting with this message for Trayvon Martin's parents.
I'm so deeply sorry for their loss
A part of her moving forward- pleading guilty to perjury for lying about how much money she and George had.
George was not in court - as she was sentenced to 100 hours of community service.