Comedian Frankie Boyle has said he is giving the damages he won from a libel fight with a tabloid newspaper to a prisoner justice charity.
On Monday a High Court jury awarded Boyle more than £54,000 damages after concluding that he had been defamed by the Daily Mirror in an article describing him as "Racist comedian Frankie Boyle".
Boyle, 40, from Glasgow, said he had sued because he had always "made a point" of being "anti-racist".
He posted a message on social networking site Twitter last night saying: "Here's the good people I'm giving my damages to. They do a lot of inspiring work. Have a look if you get a minute. reprieve.org.uk."
Reprieve provides legal support to prisoners who are unable to pay for it themselves, the charity's website says.