Update (11:24 a.m. EDT): After Friday's hearing, O'Mara announced a new, "official" website to raise funds for George Zimmerman. On the front of www.gzlegalcase.com right now, a statement from O'Mara says there were actually three websites raising funds for Zimmerman before he clamped down on Zimmerman's web presence. "One or two of them were run by friends of Mr. Zimmerman, and then there was the web site therealgeorgezimmerman.com, which George administered. Two accounts seem to have very little money in them, though I have not seen any records on those as they are not being administered by my client." Zimmerman's own site raised the bulk of the money, O'Mara said.
Update (9:55 a.m. EDT): Judge Lester did not order Zimmerman back into custody, saying he would wait to make that decision until he had all the facts about Zimmerman's donations and PayPal accounts, according to the Orlando Sentinel's Trayvon Martin Twitter account. O'Mara reportedly said the fact Zimmerman's family didn't use the money to post his $150,000 bond meant they weren't trying to hide anything. He said money was still coming in from donations, but said it would be placed in a trust that Zimmerman couldn't access.