Wednesday, November 20, 2013

Hope Mason and her offspring Samantha Scheide tried to sell their story "Living with Zimmerman"

Scheibe and her mother started to seek interviews with national media outlets. Mason said she hoped by Scheibe doing the interview, she would force Zimmerman to get help - and the attention would keep Scheibe safe.

Late today the news came in via Click Orlando, Local 6 News, that Samantha Scheibe and her mother, Hope Mason, 45, of 32 SW 41st St, Gainesville, FL,  tried to sell their story about Samantha's living with George Zimmerman for the past 2 1/2 months.  They wanted  to "help" George by making money off of him.  Sweet tarts, yeah?  Up until last Thursday Samantha and her mother were talking to several media outlets, but no one wanted to pay the price they were asking (how much does a soul go for these days?).

This just in - apparently Samantha has been telling people for weeks that she's pregnant...
 In my opinion, they upped the drama on November 18 with the disturbance call. Many of us called it a set up, and we were right. Nothing else makes sense.  Seems Samantha went ahead and gave up for free what no one was buying...

Samantha Scheibe (Mason) and her mother Hope Mason

Excerpts from Click Orlando interview:

After one argument with Zimmerman, Scheibe said she went to her mother’s house to get away from him.

While there, Mason said Scheibe’s daughter received a text message from George Zimmerman. Mason said that message was a still image from an intimate home video of Scheibe and Zimmerman.

“He’s now threatened her in writing and even sent a portion of the video to her baby girl,” Mason wrote in a text message.

But still Scheibe stayed with Zimmerman and the couple reunited.
This chick is a special kind of crazy.  A man sends porn to your 10 year old daughter and you stay with him???  Of course not...someone is lying.

Just last Thursday, Mason (mother) was still seeking a national interview. But this time she was promising both George Zimmerman and Samantha Scheibe.

That interview never happened, and just four days later, Scheibe called 911 saying Zimmerman had threatened with a gun.
 Scheibe says there was time when she walked into his bedroom, and she saw an empty bottle of sleeping pills on his sidetable. She claims he overdosed. She wasn't able to revive him and watched his breathing.

When he finally did wake up, he started crying and eventually put a gun inside his mouth, telling her he was ready to end it all. She says she talked him out of it.

There's much more here along with the video report.

Quick reminder: Let's not forget who was obsessed with guns...
Photo from the cell phone of Trayvon Benjamin Martin