Spike Lee says sorry to couple after Twitter mixup

Spike Lee, sometimes movie maker and recent Jeremy Lin jersey wearer, made a pretty big boo boo recently. He thought he had retweeted an address of George Zimmerman, the guy who shot Trayvon Martin, but actually

Filmmaker Spike Lee apologized on Wednesday for posting the address of an elderly Florida couple he thought belonged to the man who fatally shot an unarmed black teenager. "I deeply apologize to the McClain family for retweeting their address," Lee

By Lyneka Little Director Spike Lee reportedly re-tweeted the wrong address for George Zimmerman, the man who last month allegedly shot Trayvon Martin, an unarmed African-American teenager. Zimmerman, who has said he was acting in self defense,

Filmmaker Spike Lee at Manhattan Center Grand Ballroom on February 13, 2012 in New York City. (Donald Bowers, Getty Images for Evidence) Spike Lee has issued an apology to a Florida couple after he published their address on the Internet in connection

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…