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A former prison officer has been jailed for a year for selling stories on George Michael to The Sun newspaper.
Amanda Watts, 43, admitted being paid £2,100 for handing over information to reporters about the singer's time in Highpoint Prison near Bury St Edmunds which resulted in five stories.
Michael was there after being sentenced to eight weeks in jail in 2010 following an incident where he was found slumped at the wheel of his crashed car.
Judge John Bevan QC said Watts had set a "bad example" and added that the job demanded "loyalty and discretion".
Watts, of Bury St Edmunds, who is married to another prison officer, wiped away tears in the dock throughout the hearing.
She was also ordered to pay £800 in costs.