MIAMI (CBSMiami) – George Zimmerman, the man who was acquitted of killing Trayvon Martin, claims he is not in the best financial situation.READ MORE: The Moon Guides You To Viewing Three Planets This Week
Zimmerman revealed details of his financial status as part of another legal fight.
He is currently being charged with a misdemeanor stalking charge.
He has pleaded not guilty.READ MORE: Miami Weather: Wet Monday, Warm Up This Week
In paperwork filed as part of the case, Zimmerman says he’s $2.5 million dollars in debt and has no income.
Zimmerman is accused of sending threatening messages to a private investigator who contacted him about a documentary series on Martin’s death.
Martin, who lived in Miami Gardens and attended a local high school, was killed in Sanford while visiting his dad in 2012.MORE NEWS: Miami-Dade Schools Police, Broward Sheriff's Office Investigating School Threats, 15-Year-Old Student Arrested
Zimmerman was acquitted of all criminal charges in that case.