The 911 call made by Mark O'Mara, the attorney for George Zimmerman, after he said someone threatened his life has been released, reports WKMG-TV in Orlando.

In the call from March 14, O'Mara asked for an officer to come to his office.

"We just got a threatening phone call," O'Mara told the 911 operator. "Chief Rooney had suggested I call him directly, but I don't really want to bother him with stuff like this. Chief Rooney was very concerned about whatever threats may come at me."

On that day, O'Mara offered few details about why two police officers had shown up to his office on the same day he received discovery documents.

O'Mara told the 911 operator that the caller said "F*** you. You're going to die. F*** you, and things like that."

Meantime, O'Mara, said he will file a motion on Tuesday morning for a second bond hearing for Zimmerman in hopes of getting his client out of jail again.

Zimmerman arrived at the Seminole County jail in a white van about 1:45 p.m. Sunday after Judge Kenneth Lester revoked his bond two days earlier at a hearing concerning the release of more evidence. Under Lester’s ruling, Zimmerman had to turn himself in by Sunday at 2:30 p.m.

Zimmerman is charged with second-degree murder in the shooting death of Trayvon Martin.