Isabella Sorley and John Nimmo, who were jailed today for sending abusive messages to feminist campaigner Caroline Criado-Perez, were also ordered to pay her a total of £800 compensation.
Criado-Perez said in a statement that she plans to give the damages to charity.
"When this has all sunk in I will decide which charity," she added.
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