The soon-to-be former Mrs. Zimmerman wants George to pay for a permanent life insurance policy with her named as the beneficiary.
She's also asking for equal distribution of "checking accounts, trusts, partnerships and any unknown assets," including any money that may come from a defamation lawsuit pending against NBC or reimbursement claims against the state of Florida.
Shellie appeared on Good Morning America last week to talk about the divorce, saying that her husband's acquittal in the murder trial over Trayvon Martin's death made him feel invincible, and that he was making some "reckless decisions." Those decisions included shopping for a tactical shotgun from the manufacturer who produced the gun Zimmerman shot Martin with.
Things have been on the rocks for the Zimmerman couple for quite some time. During Shellie's Good Morning America interview, she revealed that she was not staying at home on February 26, 2012, the night Zimmerman shot Martin, because the couple had had an argument.
The couple separated a month after Zimmerman was acquitted.
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