SUSPECTED Just Stop Oil leader Roger Hallam was yesterday sent to a tough jail for a month.
He was remanded to Wandsworth after being accused of plotting to cause chaos on the M25.
The 56-year-old, who lives in a £1million flat, was banged up in the London prison that held Ronnie Kray — charged with plotting public nuisance.
It came after cops nicked him and seven others as part of an operation to stop protests following an investigation by The Sun.
District Judge Nina Tempia sent his case to Southwark crown court from Westminster magistrates along with four other suspected ringleaders.
The court heard how our evidence led to them being charged.
The prosecution told how a Zoom call took place last week with Just Stop Oil members discussing suspected M25 plans.
Hallam, of Walworth, South London, who appears at Southwark on December 6, had his hair tied in a ponytail.
Suspected high-ranking members Daniel Shaw, 37, Tim Hewes, 72, and Ian Bates, 63, were charged with conspiracy to cause public nuisance and refused bail.
Louise Lancaster, 57, of Cambridge, was charged and granted bail.
Hewes, of Wantage, Oxon, Shaw and Bates, both of Northampton, and Lancaster will also appear in court next month.