George Zimmerman 'asked wife to transfer cash'
Records show the man who shot Florida teenager Trayvon Martin used jail calls to ask his wife for money transfers.
George Zimmerman also asked his wife, Shellie, to buy bullet-proof vests, calls released by prosecutors show.
Mrs Zimmerman is charged with making false statements about the couple's finances at her husband's bail hearing.
Her husband has pleaded not guilty to charges of second-degree murder over the death of the unarmed black 17-year-old in Sanford, Florida.
Mr Zimmerman was freed in late April on payment of 10% of a $150,000 (£96,000) bail amount.
Days earlier, Mrs Zimmerman had testified that she did not know how much money had been raised by a website that asked for donations to pay for her husband's legal defence.
Mrs Zimmerman also told a court that the couple had limited finances because she was a full-time student and Mr Zimmerman was not working.
But prosecutors say that both husband and wife knew that about $135,000 had been raised through the website, the Associated Press reports.
Bank statements also released by prosecutors show several transfers of less than $10,000 between a PayPal account, Mr Zimmerman's account and Mrs Zimmerman's account, the Orlando Sentinel reports.
The Trayvon Martin case has stoked racial tension in the United States, correspondents say.
Florida police did not arrest Mr Zimmerman for six weeks after the shooting. Under the state's controversial "stand your ground" law the use of lethal force is allowed if a person feels seriously under threat.