GoFundMe has removed fundraisers for William “Roddie” Bryan, one of three men convicted last week on murder charges in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery in Georgia, the company said.

A spokesperson for GoFundMe told The Hill on Friday that the crowdfunding platform had removed three fundraisers for Bryan this week. No funds had been raised.

“GoFundMe prohibits raising money for the legal defense of a violent crime,” the spokesperson said.

Bryan’s attorney Kevin Gough wrote on Facebook that “The right to counsel, a guarantee enshrined in our Constitution, means little if ordinary people like Roddie Bryan cannot raise funds for their own defense — and that includes the right to raise funds for an appeal.”

He said the cancellation of online efforts to raise funds for Bryan is “simply the latest manifestation of a woke left mob mentality” and added that the move “seeks to undermine the institutions of our government.”

In November, Bryan, along with Gregory and Travis McMichael, who were also charged in the death of Ahmaud Arbery were found guilty of multiple counts of murder.