George ZImmerman appears in court on an aggravated assault charge stemming from a fight with his girlfriend November 19, 2013 in Sanford, Florida
Photo: Photo by Joe Burbank-Pool (Getty Images)

A series of text messages sent to a private investigator appears to show George Zimmerman threatening Beyoncé over the recently premiered docuseries, Trayvon Martin: Rest in Power, produced by Jay-Z.

According to the Blast (h/t Vibe), which obtained the messages, Zimmerman sent the texts to Dennis Warren, a private investigator who worked on the six-part documentary about the 2012 killing of the unarmed Florida teen. In the threatening texts, Zimmerman also came for Jay-Z.

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The series of texts read:

I’m bringing hell with me.

Oh yea and tell Jay-Z he’s a bitch and his wife’s a broke whore.

If I see either of them in my life, they’ll find themselves inside a 13 foot gator.

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Calling Beyoncé broke? George sure has some nerve.

According to the Blast, Zimmerman has sent hundreds of messages and voicemails harassing Warren, who was hired to find potential subjects to participate in the documentary. In fact, this past May, Zimmerman was charged with stalking Warren. The Blast also reports that Zimmerman sent harassing texts to one of the Rest in Power executive producers, Michael Gasparro. The gossip site says Zimmerman allegedly texted Gasparro’s address to him and said the Genovese mafia were “looking for him.”

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Serious question: Does George Zimmerman have a death wish? Because a regular degular person threatening Beyoncé is tantamount to putting your head in a guillotine. Why one of the most despised men in America would give anyone further reason to take him out is beyond me, but it’s worth noting that this violent, aggressive and needlessly provocative behavior is more than just a pattern with Zimmerman. It’s clearly who he is.

And yet, not only is Zimmerman free, but there hasn’t been any meaningful legal intervention regarding his behavior. One can’t help but wonder how much more time will pass before Zimmerman causes serious harm to someone else.

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The Blast reports that the threatening messages will be featured on the final episode of the Trayvon Martin documentary, which will air this Monday on BET and the Paramount Network at 10 p.m. EST.