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George Zimmerman Calls Man A (Racial slur) Lover. He Couldn’t Wait Until Trump is Sworn-in Before Feeling His Oats
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George Zimmerman was removed Wednesday night from a Lake Mary bar after creating a disturbance, Seminole County deputies said.
Deputies were called to the Corona Cigar Co. on Townpark Avenue at 11:04 p.m. to investigate allegations of a battery between Tony Brown and Amanda Horne, deputies said. Zimmerman was visiting the cigar company with Horne, deputies said.
While deputies were reviewing surveillance video, they said they went to the front of the store because they heard people yelling. An employee told deputies that she was trying to collect a bill from Zimmerman when he yanked his credit card out of her hand.
Chip Brown, the manager of the Corona Cigar Co., told deputies that he wanted Zimmerman trespassed, or removed, because of several “recent disturbances that he had initiated,” deputies said. Zimmerman was later trespassed by deputies.
Brown told deputies that Zimmerman later approached him and said: “I didn’t know you were a (racial slur) lover” before he left the bar Wednesday night.
Zimmerman later approached a deputy and said he wanted to prosecute a person for battery unrelated to Wednesday’s incident. When deputies tried to get more information, they said Zimmerman demanded the deputy’s business card, but then refused to accept it and walked out of the building, deputies said.
Zimmerman later called 911, identified himself as “John Doe” and asked to speak to a supervisor. Deputies said Zimmerman would not cooperate with any other questions asked by the 911 operator.
Another deputy arrived at the Corona Cigar Co. to talk to Zimmerman about his wish to prosecute a person for battery. Zimmerman told deputies that Floyd Narcisse approached him and asked, “Zimmerman, what are you doing here?” Zimmerman told deputies that he told Narcisse to leave him alone, but that Narcisse hit Zimmerman on the shoulder twice. Several witnesses disputed Zimmerman’s claims about Narcisse.
Narcisse said he walked up to Zimmerman to shake his hand, but was ignored, and he tapped Zimmerman on the shoulder, deputies said.