George Zimmerman is suing the family of Trayvon Martin for $100 million.
On February 2012, Martin was visiting his father in Sanford, Florida, and purchased some candy from a store before he was shot and killed by Zimmerman.
The 36-year-old was found not guilty of second-degree murder in 2013 after a jury took 2-days to conclude. George is now suing his family for defamation and conspiracy, along with the state of Florida for malicious prosecution.
In legal documentation, he claims the prosecutors and Martin family lied about the identity of the woman that was on the phone to Trayvon at the time of the fatal shooting.
He alleges that Brittany Diamond Eugene was actually the woman on the phone and not Rachel Jeantel who was presented as the witness during his trial.
Author Ben Crump and Harper Collins are named as defendants due to releasing Open Season: Legalised Genocide of Coloured People.
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