George Zimmerman juror speaks out against trial

Juror B29 says being part of jury that returned not-guilty verdict is reason why she lost her job

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SANFORD, Fla. - Juror B29 of the George Zimmerman jury is speaking out against the trial, saying that being a part of the jury that returned a not-guilty verdict is the reason she lost her job.

She said she also could soon lose her home.

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Juror B29, or Maddy, spoke to Inside Edition, where the mother of 6 children revealed she has lost her job at a nursing home and is now only days away from losing her house.

She said her family has never recovered from when she served on the Zimmerman jury and has had to sell all her furniture just to pay the bills, and now her family is forced to eat on the floor.

Maddy told Inside Edition the backlash from the verdict has become overwhelming, along with her friends drifting away.

"I've had death threats," said Maddy. "All this blame. He's the one that killed the child."

Maddy said she can't stop thinking about the trial and the verdict.

Inside Edition reached out to the woman's old employer. They did not give a reason why she lost her job.

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