Rita Ora burglar found guilty of £200k robbery at star’s home

Charaf Elmoudden, 26, found guilty following incident in November 2015

A man has been found guilty of robbing the home of pop star Rita Ora, taking £200,000 worth of valuables while the singer slept upstairs.

BBC News reports that Charaf Elmoudden, 26, has been found to have raided the former X Factor and Voice judge’s London property in November of last year.

Ten out of 12 jurors entered a guilty verdict at Harrow Crown Court earlier today (Wednesday, June 29).

The court heard that Ora’s sister Elena had been awoken after a man entered her bedroom. It is thought that two men were involved in the robbery, which saw jewellery, bags and mobile phones stolen.

Elmoudden reportedly has a number of previous convictions, including an attempt to sell pictures of the body of a dead Harry Potter actor.

It was recently reported that Rita Ora wants to work with Tame Impala on her forthcoming second album.

The singer has recently signed a new deal with Atlantic Records after settling her contract dispute with Jay Z’s Roc Nation.