U2 bassist Adam Clay's assistant has been found guilty of stealing £2.2 million from the musician over the course four years.
Carol Hawkins was originally employed by Clay as a housekeeper with her husband also under employment as his driver.
She then wrote 181 cheques which she deposited into her own account after gaining the trust of the 'With Or Without' star.
Her funded lavish lifestyle came to light in 2008 when it was emerged that she has booked over £10,000 worth of flights on his account.
According to the Press Association, judge Patrick McCartan told the jury and the courtroom: "The evidence in this case was overwhelming. Nobody could seriously disagree with the verdict you have given."
During the investigation it was also revealed that money had been used to fund exotic holidays and high end designer clothes.
U2 are currently working on the follow-up to their 2009 LP No Line On The Horizon.