Spike Lee Incorrectly Tweets Address of George Zimmerman

Director Spike Lee apologized to the family he inadvertently put in danger Wednesday night after he erroneously sent a tweet that purported to be the address of Trayvon Martin shooter George Zimmerman. I Deeply Apologize

ASSOCIATED PRESS Spike Lee, seen here at this year's Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah, came under fire for a retweeting a Florida couple's address. Spike Lee has apologized to a Florida couple who say they were forced to leave their home when

Spike Lee is taking major heat for jumping into the Trayvon Martin controversy by retweeting the wrong George Zimmerman's home address. Great way to start a lynch mob, right? Now, Spike's screw up is sparking an Internet race war and tension in the

By Amber Lester Kennedy Wednesday, March 28, 2012 Bruce Hornsby joins director Spike Lee on stage at Phi Beta Kappa Hall on Tuesday. Photo by Stephen Salpukas/W&M With nothing more than a microphone, filmmaker Spike Lee entertained a packed crowd at

The director is accused of inciting racial violence with his retweet of the alleged whereabouts of George Zimmerman.