Spike Lee Sorry for Tweeting Wrong ‘Zimmerman’ Address

Spike Lee Sorry for Tweeting Wrong ‘Zimmerman’ Address

The director shared an address that he thought belonged to the killer of Trayvon Martin...but it was someone else's home

by The Loop 21, April 2, 2012

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Spike Lee Sorry for Tweeting Wrong ‘Zimmerman’ Address

Spike Lee is doing the right thing — he's apologizing.

The legendary film director apologized to the McClain family after re-tweeting their address believing it was the address of George Zimmerman, who murdered unarmed 17-year-old teenager, Trayvon Martin. Lee has 250,000 followers and hundreds of people descended upon the wrong household as a result

"I deeply apologize to the McClain family for retweeting their address," Lee tweeted. "It was a mistake. Please leave the McClain’s in peace. Justice in court.

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