A Brazilian court has ordered President Jair Bolsonaro to pay compensation to a journalist after he made degrading comments about her.
Bolsonaro had suggested last year that Patrícia Campos Mello had offered sex to a source for negative information about him, reports the the BBC.
The judge said Bolsonaro's remarks had damaged the journalist's honour.
The president was told to pay her 20,000 reais in damages. He can appeal the ruling.
In a tweet, Campos Mello, an award-winning reporter for Brazilian daily newspaper Folha de S.Paulo, said the judge's decision was a "victory for all of us women".
The Journalists Against Harassment group said the ruling marked a "great day" for female reporters and professional journalism in Brazil.
Jair Bolsonaro, a right-wing president who has been in office since January 2019, has a history of animosity towards journalists who have been critical of his administration.