GoFundMe issued an apology after the incident.
The case will be heard in the UK’s highest court.
Three judges at the High Court in London dismissed a claim against Prime Minister Boris Johnson brought by businesswoman Gina Miller.
The latest legal challenge over the Prime Minister’s move is being heard by leading judges at the High Court in London.
Ms Miller sad she and her legal team had written to Boris Johnson arguing any move to prorogue Parliament ‘would be an abuse of his powers'.
Rhodri Philipps, the 4th Viscount St Davids, branded Ms Miller a "boat jumper" on Facebook and offered £5,000 for anyone who ran her over.
An aristocrat who offered £5,000 to have Brexit campaigner Gina Miller "accidentally" run over is facing jail.