George Zimmerman might not be protected for much longer!
The 28-year-old murder suspect in the case of Trayvon Martin has been guided by a security company that charges $67,000 for protection since he was released from jail, and now he might lose their help.
According to TMZ, George has only paid $40,000 of the services, but eventually stopped with the payment.
The site reports:
Associated Investigative Services filed the lawsuit against Zimmerman and his attorneys, claiming they hired the firm in June to provide security “in anticipation of Mr. Zimmerman’s release from incarceration while he was awaiting trial on felony criminal charges.”
According to the lawsuit, Zimmerman’s attorney told Associated his client could no longer afford the protection services — partially because he still needs to pay for his defense in the upcoming second degree murder trial.
Associated wants the $27,027 it claims Zimmerman still owes.
It seems like if Zimmerman wants to continue to see the light of day peacefully, he better come up with the money.