An accountant from Northampton who admitted defrauding well known names out of more than three million pounds is tonight behind bars.
38-year old Andrew Munday admitted nine counts of fraud against stars like pop star Rita Ora and rugby player Matt Dawson.
Andrew Munday previously pleaded guilty to six counts of fraud by abuse of position and three counts of money laundering.
The 38 year old admitted using his position as an accountant at the now-defunct 'Blue Cube Business' in Northampton to steal more than £3million over a period of seven years.
His clients included high profile celebrities: Pop star Rita Ora, former England rugby players Matt Dawson and Martin Bayfield and Northampton singer-songwriter VV Brown.
Munday spent the money on a lavish lifestyle and gambling addiction.
Most of the money in the case has been recovered. The investigation took just under three years of work.