Judge Kenneth Lester revoked George Zimmerman’s bond Friday because he wants the Florida man to explain why he's been less than forthcoming about his finances and passport.
Zimmerman surrendered to police on Sunday and was booked into jail.
Seminole County Sheriff Donald Eslinger said Zimmerman will be housed in administrative confinement at Seminole County's John E. Polk Correctional Facility.
The neighborhood watch captain is facing a second-degree murder charge for shooting 17-year-old Trayvon Martin on February 26. Martin was returning from a convenience store and was unarmed. Zimmerman told police he shot the teen in self-defense.
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During a hearing Friday, prosecutor Bernie de la Rionda said Zimmerman and his wife lied under oath at his bond hearing when they both said they had limited financial resources. The prosecutor pointed to jailhouse conversations between Zimmerman and his wife that seemed to indicate the couple allegedly conspired to transfer money in an attempt to hide certain funds from the court.
Zimmerman’s attorney Mark O’Mara said Zimmerman’s failure to disclose certain financial resources was an innocent mistake, and his client has been cooperative with police and the court in every way possible.
Prosecutors also had an issue with Zimmerman's second passport because it was not disclosed to the court until after he was granted bond. Lester required Zimmerman to turn over his passport as a condition for granting bond. Rionda said that Zimmerman had another valid passport that was not disclosed to the court until almost a month after bond was granted.