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Mark O’Mara, the man who defended George Zimmerman in his trial for the murder for Trayvon Martin, has announced that he will no longer represent Zimmerman. O’Mara made the announcement one day after Zimmerman’s wife, Shellie, called authorities to report her husband threatened her and assaulted her father.

O’Mara wil still represent Zimmerman in a defamation suit against NBC and any remaining motions from the Trayvon Martin trial, but stated he would not represent him in his pending divorce, any possible charges stemming from yesterday’s incident or in the future.

When asked if he had any advice for George Zimmerman, O’Mara simply said, “Pay me.”

Investigators are trying to extract video from Shellie’s iPad, which was allegedly smashed by George Zimmerman during the dispute. Forensic examiners hope to gather more clues from the video. Police have also stated that there was no gun found at the scene, which Shellie Zimmerman has also stated.

None of the parties involved want to press charges. Lake Mary spokesman Zach Hudson said, “No one has seen the video on the iPad. It’s in a couple of different pieces. Shellie was the one filming on the iPad. It’s either going to be George or Shellie who will be prosecuted if anyone is going to be prosecuted.”

Source: ABCNews