Oliver Curtis, husband of Sydney publicist Roxy Jacenko, has been found guilty conspiracy to commit insider trading following a high-profile New South Wales Supreme Court trial.
A Supreme Court jury found Curtis, 30, guilty of insider trading after a 12-day trial and deliberations spanning two days.
He was charged with conspiring with ex-best friend John Hartman in 2007 to use confidential information to bet on shifts in share prices, which earned the pair $1.43 million in a year.
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