A closer look at George Zimmerman’s wife’s divorce filing

George Zimmerman’s wife has filed for divorce just two months after he was acquitted of murder in the fatal shooting of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, according to several news reports.

The attorney for Shellie Zimmerman, 26, confirmed to the Orlando Sentinel that she had filed for divorce Thursday evening.

“After much soul searching and recent disappointments, Shellie feels compelled to officially end her six-year marriage to George Michael Zimmerman,” attorney Kelly Sims told the newspaper. The couple separated Aug. 13, according to the report.

The attorney provided the newspaper with the divorce filing, which shows that:

Shellie Zimmerman is getting more than $4,000-a-month from her husband’s defense fund despite splitting from him on Aug. 13, four weeks after he was cleared of murdering Martin, an unarmed black teenager in Sanford, Fla., in 2012.

Shellie Zimmerman has no income, has $12,729 in assets and $103,756 in debts. Among other things, she wants custody of their dogs, Oso, a Rottweiler and Leroy, a mixed breed. The couple have no children.

She had hinted that the couple may have been in trouble two weeks ago during an interview on Good Morning America. In that interview she said the couple had lived in hiding and in "terror" before George Zimmerman went to trial for the death of Martin.