Shellie Zimmerman, wife of accused murderer George Zimmerman, listens in during jury selection in Seminole circuit court on fourth day of Zimmerman's murder trial June 13, 2013 in Sanford, Florida. Jury selection continues in Zimmerman's second-degree murder trial for the shooting death of the unarmed teenager Trayvon Martin. (Photo by /Getty Images) Photo: Getty Images/Joe Burbank-Pool
Thu, Sep 26, 2013 12:59 PM EDT

In an exclusive interview with NBC News today, George Zimmerman's wife, Shellie, discussed her recent altercation with her husband, and expressed doubts about the outcome of the Trayvon Martin verdict. 

Two weeks ago Zimmerman called police after her husband allegedly punched her father in the nose, smashed her iPad, and motioned toward what she believed was a gun. She says she "saw a look in his eyes I've never seen before" on that day.  She also said that she regrets not having pressed charges against Zimmerman, but was told by police that she would have been taken to jail if she did because she's currently on probation after pleading guilty to perjury charges. 

In her interview, she also says she now has doubts about the Trayvon Martin verdict. 

"I think anyone would doubt that innocence. Because I don't know the person I've been married to." 

Zimmerman's lawyer has been trying to serve her husband with divorce papers, but hasn't been able to track him down

(h/t NBC News)