By Lara Keay For Mailonline
Published: 14:38 BST, 22 July 2019 | Updated: 14:55 BST, 22 July 2019
A pilates teacher has been found guilty of £35,000 from one of her clients to pay off drug dealers and buy holidays and a car seat for her pet dog.
Rhiann Keys, 35, of West Hampstead, north London, used one of her student's credit card details to buy 24 iPhones, holidays to Ibiza and a year's car insurance.
She also bought a car seat for her pet Daschund, Max, but was rumbled when her client, who was also a close friend, started noticing unauthorised payments on her bank statements.
Keys was arrested on June 13 2018 when police found an email on her phone saying she had started taking the money to pay off drug debts and had carried on because it was 'easy'.
She was convicted of two counts of fraud and given a suspended sentence.
Rhiann Keys, 35, (pictured) of West Hampstead, north London, used one of her student's credit card details to buy 24 iPhones, holidays to Ibiza and a