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Ugandan man Gerald Matovu, found guilty of killing James Bond actor

 

Eric Michels (left) died after an overdose of GHB, given to him by Gerald Matovu (right). PHOTO/Courtesy)

LONDON – Gerald Matovu, a serial thief who targeted victims through gay dating apps has been found guilty of murdering former James Bond actor Eric Michels with a fatal overdose of a chemsex drug at his home in Chessington, Metro UK.

An Old Bailey jury convicted Gerald Matovu, 26, of killing Eric Michels, 54, who was found dead at his south-west London home on August 18, 2018.

According to BBC, the court heard Mr Matovu, met up with Eric Michels in central London, through the Grindr app, before taking a cab back to Mr Michel’s house.

Matovu had previously admitted selling Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB), to serial killer Stephen Port.

GHB is a a central nervous system (CNS) depressant that is commonly referred to as a “club drug” or “date rape” drug. The drug is reported to cause Euphoria, increased sex drive and tranquility.

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