It turns out it’s probably more expensive for him to be out of jail than inside because he’s looking at a $27,000 tab now.
According to reports, Zimmerman, his wife and attorney are being sued for unpaid security fees.
Associated Investigative Services (AIS) asserts that the company was hired on June 26 to keep constant watch over Zimmerman for his own protection.
However, his lawyer, Mark O’Mara, claims the company was paid $40,000 and now a different company is providing bodyguards for $700 a week, which is a breach of contract.
The switch was made, allegedly, because Zimmerman’s defense fund is running low.
Since throwing up a website, it’s estimated Trayvon’s killer generated more than $340,000.
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