George Zimmerman's wife Shellie says she has doubts about his innocence in the Trayvon Martin case, and there's a very specific reason for that.
Shellie Zimmerman, who stood solidly by husband George during his trial for killing Trayvon, is singing a different tune nowadays when it comes to him.
Not surprisingly, she says she saw him in a different light after an incident at their home this month when things got heated and she called the cops.
She claimed that an irate George was threatening her with a gun, only to change her story after officials came to the scene and began asking questions.
Zimmerman was detained by police but not charged in the incident.
The fear heard in the George Zimmerman 911 call (below) was real, though, and Shellie says that gun or no gun, she can no longer trust the man.
She appeared on Today Thursday, saying, "I think anyone would doubt [George's] innocence, because I don't know the person that I've been married to."
When Shellie Zimmerman dialed 911, she said George punched her dad in the nose and was making threats with his hand on his gun. She cried:
"He's just threatening all of us with his firearm ... he's gonna shoot us!"
She admits that on that day, she never saw a weapon, but saw George with his hand inside his shirt and "a look in his eyes" that she'd never seen before.
If she assumed he was packing and going to use it ... you have to wonder.
George, who is going through a divorce with Shellie Zimmerman, was acquitted in the slaying of Martin in July after one of the biggest trials in recent memory.