Trayvon Martin photos and texts were released by the defense team of George Zimmerman, painting the deceased in a less-than-flattering light.
With that, controversy surrounding the high-profile case has resumed.
Data released from Martin's phone includes texts with a friend regarding fighting, smoking pot and being forced to move out of his mother's house.
Martin, who was killed last year at age 17, spoke of trouble at school. His phone contained photos of a gun and what looks to be a marijuana plant.
A hearing next week will decide if the data can be used at the trial of George Zimmerman, who is charged with fatally shooting the unarmed teen.
Prosecutors want the evidence omitted. Zimmerman, who claims he acted in self-defense and has pleaded not guilty to murder, wants it admitted.
His defense attorney, Mark O'Mara, said: