George Zimmerman jurors distance themselves from Juror B37

The six-member, all-woman jury found Zimmerman not guilty of murder and manslaughter. Photo: Associated Press

Four of the jurors who rendered a not guilty verdict in the George Zimmerman trial issued a statement Tuesday night in which they said their opinions aren't in line with the who appeared on CNN.

In the joint statement, the unidentified jurors asked for privacy, saying that they didn't invite a high level attention into their lives.

"We also wish to point out that the opinions of (juror) B37 expressed on the Anderson Cooper show were her own and not in any way representative of (us)," the statement read.

The juror in question, only identified as B37, appeared on Anderson Cooper 360 on Monday night, saying that she didn't believe race had anything to do with the killing of 17-year-old Trayvon Martin.

It was revealed shortly after the verdict that the initial vote among jurors after they got the case included three not guilty votes, two for manslaughter and one for second-degree murder.

Juror B37 told Cooper that one of her fellow jurors had a family issue and wanted to leave, which could have resulted in a hung jury.