The $200,000 that George Zimmerman got from supporters will be discussed at a court hearing Friday morning in Florida, a defense attorney in the case said.
Zimmerman, who is charged with second-degree murder in the fatal shooting of unarmed 17-year-old Trayvon Martin, has been given about $204,000 from supporters his lawyer Mark O'Mara said.
O'Mara told CNN's "AC360" that Zimmerman told him Wednesday of the donations as they were trying to shut down his Internet presence to avoid concerns about possible impersonators and problems with his Twitter and Facebook accounts.
"He asked me what to do with his PayPal accounts and I asked him what he was talking about," O'Mara told Anderson Cooper. "And he said those were the accounts that had the money from the website he had. And there was about ... $204,000 that had come in to date."
O'Mara had said earlier this month that he believed Zimmerman had no money. "I think he's indigent for costs," he said, adding that Zimmerman's relatives had few assets.FULL STORY