LAKE MARY, Fla. (WFTV) -- New details have been released about a domestic dispute that happened at Shellie Zimmerman's parent's home Monday involving her estranged husband, George Zimmerman.
Zach Hudson of the Lake Mary Police Department said during a news conference Tuesday that the confrontation was between George and Shellie's father, and that there was no gun involved.
"As of right now, the gun is not part of the equation," Hudson said.
No injuries were reported, and no one is pressing charges, police said.
While there, all parties signed a document wishing not to prosecute, though domestic battery charges could still be filed against either George or Shellie Zimmerman, police said.
In the state of Florida, authorities have the right to prosecute if they believe one or two married parties got physical.
"The father is out of play," Hudson said. "It will be either George or Shellie, if charges are pressed."
Hudson said that body cameras on two officers who were at the scene were not working.
Shellie allegedly recorded video during the dispute on her iPad. Police said they are investigating that claim.
Zimmerman's attorney, Mark O'Mara, said the dispute between George and Shellie Zimmerman at her father's Sprucewood Road house in Lake Mary was the result of heightened emotions from their ongoing divorce.
Lake Mary Police Chief Steve Bracknell said Shellie Zimmerman called police shortly after 2 p.m. Monday about a domestic disturbance at the home.
In the 911 call obtained by Eyewitness News, Shellie Zimmerman told 911 dispatchers that her husband pulled a gun on her and her father after a verbal altercation.
Earlier this year, George Zimmerman was acquitted of murder charges in the shooting death of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin in a gated Sanford community.