A serial thief who targeted victims through gay dating apps has been found guilty of murdering a businessman with a GHB drug overdose.
An Old Bailey jury convicted Gerald Matovu, 26, of killing Eric Michels, 54, who was found dead at his south-west London home on 18 August.
The court heard the pair met in central London through the Grindr app before taking a cab back to Mr Michel’s house.
Matovu had previously admitted selling GHB to serial killer Stephen Port.
Port was given a whole-life term for the murders of four young men he poisoned with lethal doses of the substance and raped after meeting them on Grindr.
Matovu was also found guilty of six counts of administering a noxious substance so as to endanger life and one of possession of GBL with intent to supply.
His co-defendant Brandon Dunbar, from Forest Gate, east London, was convicted of two counts of administering a noxious substance so as to endanger life, six counts of possessing articles for use in fraud, four of theft, and one of fraud.
The men were also both found guilty of assault by penetration, assault and theft in relation to one victim.