This is the type of thing you would expect to happen to someone who is unfortunate enough to inherit the old cell phone number of a globally known murderer. 49-year-old Junior Alexander Guy received the first cell phone of his life last month, and shocking as it must have been, his first call was a death threat of sorts.
"You murderer! Your deserve to die," was shouted through the phone's earpiece.
The T-Mobile phone number (407)-435-2500, was Zimmerman's old phone number and it became publicly known because he told it to a police dispatcher the night that he killed Trayvon Martin.
"At 2 o'clock, 3 o'clock in the morning I kept getting these. I was not only afraid for my life, I was afraid for my mother's," Guy said.
This is the first cell phone Guy has ever had in his life because he was just released from prison last year after serving 19 years for a cocaine trafficking charge, and had also been in a state penitentiary two other times. He got the phone on May 7th but turned it over to his Orlando lawyer Robert Trimble on May 16th after the hostile calls wouldn't stop coming in. Guy estimated that he received around 70 hostile and threatening calls during his time using the phone.
He has since moved from his house and relocated his mother to an undisclosed location.