ST. PETERSBURG, Florida -- "Dad, dad ... get behind the car or something. I don't know if he'll start shooting."
Those are the words of George Zimmerman's wife, Shellie, said to police after she dialed 911 from her parent's home in Lake Mary. She told authorities George was there, he had a gun, he was being violent, and he threatened to shoot them.
LISTEN: Shellie Zimmerman's 911 call (WARNING: Content may be graphic)
"He punched my dad in the nose. My dad has a mark on the nose. I saw his glasses were on the floor. He then accosted my father, then took my iPad out of my hand and smashed it and cut it with a pocketknife," said Shellie Zimmerman.
Police arrived and found George outside with his bodyguard. The aerial video shows George outside the home speaking with police. According to investigators, George was under "investigative detention," but was never arrested.
George Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, explained the event was all due to stress from the pending divorce, but no one was threatened nor injured.
"There was absolutely no threat to anyone with a firearm or anything like that. No one even suggested that. I know the 911 tapes suggest it because Shellie said something, but again I think that was heightened emotions," said O'Mara.
O'Mara said police took George's gun, but returned it to him after the investigation.
"Whenever there's a situation, cops will take care of weapons. Mr. Zimmerman, under the Second Amendment, has his gun back, which he should. Of course he does."
The incident comes days after Shellie Zimmerman filed for divorce and discussed her relationship with George Zimmerman on a TV interview.
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The incident comes two months after Zimmerman, a volunteer neighborhood watch captain, was found not guilty of murder in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in Sanford.
Since his acquittal, Zimmerman has been pulled over twice for speeding.