Clementi killed himself days later by jumping off a bridge.
Ravi, 20, was freed from the Middlesex County Jail after receiving five days of credit for good behavior and five days of credit for working.
After he was found guilty of bias intimidation, Judge Glenn Berman also sentenced Ravi to three years probation, ordered him to complete 300 hours of community service, and ordered that he attend counseling programs for cyber-bullying.
In addition, Ravi must pay a $10,000 assessment at a rate of $300 per month beginning August 1. The money will go to benefit groups that support victims of bias crimes.
Ravi, who isn’t an American citizen, also faced the possibility of deportation, but officials said this week that they won’t pursue that option.
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