Famed director Spike Lee preaches all about doing the “right thing”, but when it came to the George Zimmerman case, he didn’t exactly practice what he preached, to say the least. Spike got himself in a heap of trouble back in February 2012 when he, who was irate at the murder of Trayvon Martin, retweeted a tweet from Marcus D. Higgins which was believed to be George Zimmerman’s address. Turns out he was wrong and that address belonged to an elderly couple, Elaine and David McClain in Sanford, Florida. As a result of the mishap, hundreds of thousands of angry people paid the couple’s home a visit due to tweet, and not only were they harassed constantly but they also received death threats, and hate mail, too. Spike attempted to do a little damage control by supposedly compensating the couple (as their lawyer told Los Angeles Times) and by taking to Twitter to apologize to them but at that time, it was already too late. Well, a year and a half after the incident, the couple seems to be still traumatized and filed a lawsuit against Lee seeking $15,000 in [additional] damages. He may have to come off that KS money.