MSNBC is reporting that Judge Kenneth Lester said George Zimmerman was engaged in a "material falsehood" about his finances. He did not tell the court about the $135,000 raised through a website when bail was posted at $150,000 on April 20.
Prosecutors argued that Zimmerman had "misrepresented, misled, and deceived the court" during the original bail hearing not only about his finances, but about whether he had two passports.
Zimmerman's defence lawyer Mark O'Mara admitted his client did have a second passport, but said: "It's not devious or inappropriate" to have a second one if the first is lost or stolen.
He said Zimmerman filed for a second passport after mistakenly thinking his original one was lost.
A judge in Florida has revoked bail for George Zimmerman, the neighbourhood watch captain charged with the second degree murder of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin.
Prosecutors also alleged he misled the court regarding his finances, when $150,000 bail was granted on April 20.
A judge in Florida has revoked bail for George Zimmerman, the man who shot 17-year-old Trayvon Martin dead on February 26 this year. He has 48 hours to surrender himself or he will be arrested.
The attorney who represents the family of Trayvon Martin, an unarmed black teenager shot by George Zimmerman said the family were "praying and trying to trust" the judicial process that allowed Zimmerman to be released from jail.
Attorney Ben Crump told Reuters: "They were heavy-hearted that the killer of their son was released from jail. However, they hope that his freedom is temporary because the pain he has caused their family is permanent. They're never going to get Trayvon back".
George Zimmerman, the former neighbourhood watch volunteer charged with second-degree murder in the killing of unarmed black teenager Trayvon Martin, was released today from a Florida county jail on $150,000 bail.
Under conditions set by Judge Kenneth Lester Jr., Zimmerman must wear an electronic monitoring device and he may be allowed to leave the state. He also must observe a dusk-to-dawn curfew and is prohibited from consuming illegal drugs or alcohol or possessing a firearm.
George Zimmerman has been released from a Florida jail on $150,000 bail. He awaits trail for shooting Travyon Martin on the 26th February this year.
The neighbourhood watch volunteer left the Seminole County jail around midnight local time.
The family of Trayvon Martin have reacted angrily to news that his killer has been granted bail.
George Zimmerman is facing trial for second-degree murder after shooting the black unarmed teenager dead in Florida, in what he claims was self-defence.
The lawyer for Trayvon's family, Benjamin Crump, said 'they were devastated' that Zimmerman might soon be out of jail, after saying for the first time, that he was sorry for their loss.
And it was devastating that he got to give a self-serving apology to help him get a bond.
They were very outraged at that.
The lawyer for Trayvon Martin's parents says George Zimmerman's family are lucky that they can pay money to be with their son.
The lawyer for Trayvon Martin's family has questioned why his killer has chosen to apologise now.
Benjamin Crump said George Zimmerman had had plenty of time to show remorse but had failed to do so previously.