A burglar who targeted pop star Rita Ora has been found guilty of a raid worth more than £200,000 on her home.
Charaf Elmoudden, 26, went to the singer's four-bedroom house in north-west London on November 28 last year and made off with a stash of expensive shoes, phones, computers and a designer doggy bag.
The former X Factor judge called the police and said she would "f*** up" the burglar after he woke her sister Elena up rifling through her bedroom.
Elmoudden has a number of previous convictions including for trying to sell pictures of the body of a dead Harry Potter actor.
He was found guilty with a majority verdict of 10 to two of burglary at Harrow Crown Court on Wednesday.