George Zimmerman’s search for online love has come to an abrupt end.
The 35-year-old murderer of Trayvon Martin relied on the popular dating app, Tinder, to find some “carefree fun.” While looking for his next hookup, Zimmerman’s profile was deleted by app management because he lied about who he was. He essentially catfished women into thinking he was “Carter,” a graduate of Virginia’s Liberty University.
Screenshots of the faux page showed a smiling Zimmerman describing himself as “Self-employed.” Others were of him in a cap and gown and shirtless, holding a phone showing off a chest tattoo.
This is the second time he’s been removed from a dating app since being exposed on Bumble in February. That incident resulted in him being “blocked and banned,” according to a spokesperson.