Apopka, Florida -- George Zimmerman is back in jail after police say he pointed a shotgun at his girlfriend and pushed her out of her home in unincorporated Apopka Monday.
During a press conference at 5 p.m., the Seminole County Sheriff's Office said George Zimmerman and his girlfriend, 27-year-old Samantha Scheibe, got into a verbal argument around 12:30 Monday afternoon, during which Zimmerman reportedly broke several of Schiebe's things and pointed a single-barrel shotgun at her.
WATCH: Raw video of the SCSO press conference
That's when Scheibe reportedly went towards the front of the house to call 911. The recording of the 911 call was later released to the media.
During the call, Scheibe can be heard yelling, "I'm doing this again? You just broke my glass table; you just broke my sunglasses and you put your gun in my freakin' face and told me to get the [f***] out..."
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The dispatcher's voice comes next. She's heard asking Shiebe a couple of questions, which Schiebe answered, but then the argument with Zimmerman continued.
"No. Get out of my house. Do not push me out of my house," Schiebe can be heard saying.
A male's voice- likely Zimmerman's- can be heard telling her to calm down, but Scheibe grew seemingly angrier.
"Are you serious right now?," Scheibe asked before raising her voice to a yell. "Are you [f***ing] kidding me?"
Her next words were directed at the dispatcher.
"He just pushed me out of my house, and locked me out."
LISTEN: Samanta Scheibe's full 911 call
The dispatcher is then heard telling her to go somewhere safe. Scheibe says she went to the neighboring house of their duplex- which she says they've shared since they got together in August.
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Scheibe stayed on the phone with the dispatcher until deputies arrived.
She then gave the deputies a key to get inside the home, where they found Zimmerman unarmed and cooperative, Seminole County Sheriff's Chief Deputy Dennis Lemma said during the press conference.
According to Chief Deputy Lemma, deputies felt they had enough probable cause to arrest Zimmerman. He is currently being held without bond on charges of aggravated assault, battery - domestic violence, and criminal mischief.
CLICK: Zimmerman's full arrest report from the Seminole County Sheriff's Office
The sheriff's office is now requesting search warrants for the home because deputies reportedly have not recovered any weapons.
In the recording of Scheibe's emergency call, however, Scheibe can be heard listing off a total of four firearms Zimmerman kept inside her home.
"The kel tec- the shotgun..." she said, he used to smash her things, but also "An AR 15 and two handguns."
Zimmerman also called 911 about the dispute, but he waited until deputies were outside of their house. He wanted "everyone to know the truth," he's heard telling the dispatcher in the recording of the call.
Zimmerman is also heard saying he "never pulled any firearms" during his argument with Scheibe. According to Zimmerman, Scheibe was throwing his stuff out and one of his firearms was in one of the bags. He said she probably saw it when he was "packing it" because they keep it next to the bed.
Deputies were knocking at the door as Zimmerman spoke to the dispatcher. He did not answer.
"I have nothing to say," he's heard telling the dispatcher- who questioned his call since officials were already there to handle the dispute.
The dispatcher asked Zimmerman if the deputies were still at the door. He's heard saying "No" before going into more detail about what happened.
"I just wanted to leave," he said. "She told me that it was better. She's pregnant with our child, and she told me it would be better if she raised the child on her own..."
LISTEN: George Zimmerman's full 911 call
During Monday's press conference, however, Chief Deputy Lemma said Scheibe asked them to let the media know she is not pregnant.
So far, Scheibe and Zimmerman have completely opposite versions of the facts, and it doesn't stop there.
As Zimmerman's 911 call continues, he's heard telling the dispatcher Scheibe was the one who smashed things in the home, and broke the glass table she alleged he broke.
According to Zimmerman, he was willing to leave "amicably", and it was after he told her so that she "changed", and started breaking things.
"She got mad that I guess I told her I would be willing to leave," he told the dispatcher. "I guess she thought I would be willing to argue with her, but she's pregnant. I'm not going to put her through that kind of stress."
Officials have not confirmed either side, however Zimmerman remains in custody Monday night.
He is scheduled to make a first appearance before a judge on Tuesday at 1:30 p.m. where he will learn if he is eligible for bond. Chief Deputy Lemma said if Zimmerman is granted bond, the sheriff's office will request that he been given an electric monitoring device in case he is released, which they say is customary for all domestic violence cases.
Earlier this year, Zimmerman, a former neighborhood watch volunteer, was found not guilty in the 2012 shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford.
Since his acquittal, Zimmerman has had numerous brushes with the law, including several traffic violations, as well as a domestic dispute in September involving his estranged wife Shellie.
LISTEN: Shellie Zimmerman's 911 call (WARNING: Content may be graphic)
WATCH: Dash cam video shows Zimmerman being taken into custody
Shellie allegedly recorded that confrontation on her iPad, which she says Zimmerman destroyed before police arrived. Last week, investigators said data could not be extracted from the damaged device.
No charges were filed against either of them, due to a lack of evidence.
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