treatment geneva;”>Justice Catherine Bamugemereire ruled that Black should have realized that the money she was spending was not from her own personal bank account.
She declined to order a refund for the lost monies, saying David Greenhalgh did not show any deligence in selection of business partners.
The judge further faulted the British businessman of falling short of putting in place measures to protect company resources.
Sentongo was blamed for accepting the transfer of swindled money from Barclays Bank account to his account in Standard Chartered Bank.
11:00AM: WEDNESDAY: Shock as Bad Black breaks down as strict judge convicts her of embezzlement and fraud.
There was sorrow, gloom and hopelessness as the Anti-Corruption Court convicted the Kampala socialite on a charge of embezzlement and two separate counts of conspiracy to defraud billions of shillings from a company jointly owned with British lover David Greenhalgh.
Justice Catherine Bamugemereire ruled she had found Black and his former boyfriend Meddie Ssentongo guilty of conspiring to defraud Davenshan Development Company $3.9m.
GLAMOUR GIRL: Black arrives for her birthday bash outside Club Rouge
Bamugemereire separately convicted Black for swindling Shs11bn from the corporation.
“Black shed tears in front of the judge. It was a very painful sight,” said a Chimp Corp.
As we write this, Ssentongo and Black are at Luzira Prison, awaiting sentence due tomorrow.
WINE GAL: Black and a pal splashing cash on expensive liquor at Club Rouge
Prosecution led by Paul Lakidi alleged that in September 2010, Greenhalgh jointly formed a company with Bad Black to deal in land purchase and property management.
Greenhalgh, who is a manager in Air Services in the UK, had 75% shares, while Bad Black had 25%.
FLASHY: Black swings wine in the comfort of a hired limousine
The duo later opened a company account in Barclays Bank Garden City to operate the business.
While Bad Black did not contribute any money towards the start of business, she kept withdrawing large sums of money to the tune of billions – which she splashed on fancy cars, expensive wines in night clubs and posh houses.
COURT BATTLE: Black clashes with Greenhalgh in court over company funds
Meddie and Black listen to court proceedings during a recent trial
TOUGH WORLD: Meddie consults his lawyer during the trial
WHEEL COMES FULL CIRCLE: Meddie led to Luzira Prison