Scheibe admitted to deputies that she had begun carrying Zimmerman's belongings into the living room and hauled some outside.

According to his arrest report, after she told him she was going to call police, "Zimmerman then pointed the shotgun at Scheibe for a minute and asked her if she really wanted to do that."

Zimmerman then smashed the glass table with the butt of his shotgun, pushed her outside and locked the door, the report said. No one was injured.

This is the third domestic-violence incident involving Zimmerman.

In 2005, he and his live-in girlfriend got domestic-violence injunctions against each other. In an interview with FBI agents last year as part of the Trayvon Martin murder investigation, that woman described Zimmerman as "protective and territorial" and "having a bad temper."

On Sept. 9, he was handcuffed by Lake Mary police but released after his estranged wife, Shellie, and her father accused him of threatening them with a gun while they were moving her belongings out of a house the couple had shared until Shellie Zimmerman filed for divorce.

Zimmerman had arrived at that scene with Scheibe.

Last week, Lake Mary police officially closed that case, saying they had no solid evidence that Zimmerman had broken the law.

When they searched Zimmerman that afternoon, he had no gun, but Scheibe told police that day that the couple was in lawful possession of guns in their vehicle.

According to Linked In, a job-networking website, Scheibe is a self-employed environmental services expert.

According to Shawn Vincent, a spokesman for defense attorney Mark O'Mara, "Mark O'Mara is not representing George Zimmerman in today's matter," won't represent him in any other new criminal complaints and "as such, it is not appropriate for him to make any comment."

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