SANFORD, Fla. (CN) - No charges will be filed against Trayvon Martin's killer George Zimmerman in his latest brush with the law, prosecutors said Wednesday.
Zimmerman's girlfriend Samantha Scheibe called 911 in November, saying Zimmerman had pushed her out of her home, barricaded the door with furniture and pointed a gun at her. Scheibe lives in Apopka, northwest of Orlando.
But now Scheibe told police the incident never happened, according to court documents and news reports. She said there was a fight but Zimmerman never pointed a gun at her.
Scheibe also asked the court to lift the restraining order against him so she can be with Zimmerman again.
Zimmerman, 30, was charged with domestic violence, aggravated assault with a weapon, battery and criminal mischief.
At Zimmerman's November court hearing, Seminole County Judge Fred Schott said police had probable cause to arrest him and ordered him to stay away from Scheibe and her home.
Scheibe had told the judge she fears for her safety.
Zimmerman was out on $9,000 bond awaiting a January court date before charges were dropped.
This is Zimmerman's second arrest since he was acquitted in July of killing Trayvon Martin.
In September, his estranged wife Shellie called police to her parents' home, claiming Zimmerman was causing a disturbance and had broken her iPad.
No charges were filed in that case either.
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