Britain's best known celebrity publicist, Max Clifford, has been found guilty of a string of indecent assaults carried out decades ago.
He was charged as part of a wider investigation into allegations of historical sex attacks following the death of BBC presenter Jimmy Savile three years ago.
The 71-year-old has been found guilty of eight indecent assaults on women and girls as young as 15 which happened over nearly 20 years.
He was cleared of two charges of indecent assault, while the jury at Southwark Crown Court failed to reach a verdict on another charge.
Clifford is the first person to be convicted under Operation Yewtree. He was bailed and will be sentenced on Friday.
During the trial, prosecutors portrayed Clifford as a well-practised manipulator who promised to boost his victims' careers and enable them to meet celebrities in exchange for sexual favours.
A woman, who was indecently assaulted by Max Clifford when she was 15, told the BBc she was pleased justice had been done.
Clifford repeatedly denied the claims, calling his arrest and prosecution "a nightmare" and branding his accusers "fantasists".