George Zimmerman's growing list of problems continues. Defense attorney Mark O'Mara, who helped Zimmerman beat second-degree murder charges for fatally shooting Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Fla. last year, says he will not represent Zimmerman in any of his future legal matters. This includes his pending divorce, as well as yesterday's incident where he allegedly threatened his wife and her father with a gun and knife.
According to ABC News, O'Mara was "[struggling] with his anger at his client during Monday's incident in which he went to Zimmerman's house while police were still there." He had very short, specific words for Zimmerman during a press conference regarding yesterday's inexpicably ridiculous incident. When asked if he had advice for Zimmerman, O'Mara replied "Pay me." Welp, there you have it.
Unfortunately for O'Mara, he and Zimmerman still have a bit of unfinished business: he will serve as Zimmerman's lawyer for his defamation suit against NBC. Hopefully he gets compensated before those proceedings are underway.
Though both Shellie Zimmerman and her father, David Dean, declined to press charges against George Zimmerman, authorities are still looking into whether Shellie or George Zimmerman could be potentially charged. Lake Mary police officer Zach Hudson said that officials are trying to reassemble an iPad destroyed during yesterday's confrontation that may have video of the incident.
"It's either going to be George or Shellie who will be prosecuted if anybody is going to be prosecuted," he told ABC News.
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