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.