designer of Cara Poppy Delevingne Emily Rosina Evans-Schreiber stole ...

A former designer for Cara and Poppy Delevingne stole £230,000 from her grandmother after she was diagnosed with dementia to fund a life of luxury in Beverley Hills, a court heard.

Emily Rosina Evans-Schreiber, 38, only had £40 in her bank account before she started helping herself to grandmother's finances. 

But her mother grew suspicious of her splashing out on trips to Los Angeles, five-star hotels, treatments and designer clothes. 

The mother-of-one, of Naseby, Northamptonshire, worked as a private consultant to the Delevingne family in 2016. 

She made 42 transactions totalling £230,000 between April and December 2018 but was given a suspended prison sentence of two years, ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work and take part in an alcohol treatment programme. 

Emily Rosina Evans-Schreiber, 38, made 42 transactions totalling £230,000 between April and December 2018 but was given a suspended prison sentence of two years, ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work and take part in an alcohol treatment programme

Emily Rosina Evans-Schreiber, 38, made 42 transactions totalling £230,000 between April and December 2018 but was given a suspended prison sentence of two years, ordered to do 150 hours of unpaid work and take part in an alcohol treatment programme 

Northampton Crown Court heard that the defendant's mother Clare had become concerned about her lifestyle in London so had decided to buy her daughter a house in Northamptonshire to give her granddaughter a better life.

Prosecuting, Lynsey Knott said that Evans-Schreiber, had 'lived the high life' in London but at a family meeting in January 2018, she was told that she was old enough to start taking responsibility for her own life.

At that point, the socialite agreed to take control of her paternal grandmother Rosina Evans's finances.

The mother-of-one, of Naseby, Northamptonshire, worked as a private fashion consultant to the Delevingne family (Poppy left and Cara right) in 2016

The mother-of-one, of Naseby, Northamptonshire, worked as a private consultant to the Delevingne family (Poppy left and Cara right) in 2016

Her grandmother Rosina Evans, who recently died aged 95, had been diagnosed with dementia in 2014 and lived alone in Surrey with help from social services carers.

But Clare Evans-Schreiber became increasingly worried about how her jobless daughter was managing to fund a fancy lifestyle staying in Beverley Hills hotels.

Barrister Ms Knott told Judge Rebecca Crane: 'Mrs Evans-Schreiber contacted the bank who found that £230,000 had been transferred by the defendant from Rosina Evans's account into her own account.'

Police were called in and found that £230,000 had been transferred as 42 different

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