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Customers were charged £1.53 per minute while the 50-year-old claimed to be too ill to work.
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Recorder Christopher Clee QC, passing sentence, said: "You claim that you have been ridiculed in the press and, as a result of which, work has diminished, and that is no great surprise. The majority of the British public who work hard and pay their taxes would rightly demand such a sentence." But he said that sentencing guidelines meant he could jail Pearson only for a matter of days, adding that it was better that she gave something back to the community.Chatline worker They found her initial benefit claims, dating from October 2004, were legitimate.But they found that she had worked for two companies between 20.A judge at Swansea Crown Court gave her a 12-week jail sentence, suspended for 18 months, and ordered her to do 180 hours unpaid work in the community.Pearson admitted four charges of benefits fraud when she appeared at Neath magistrates' court in September.