Guy Sebastian’s former manager, Titus Day, will remain “free on bail” until his sentencing after he was found guilty of embezzling the pop star’s money.
The 49-year-old reappeared in court this morning and learned he will be held on bail until his sentencing in September.
The judge said Day is likely to be sent to jail after yesterday’s guilty verdict.
Day’s attorneys plan to appeal the conviction.
Day was accused of failing to pay Sebastian nearly $900,000 in royalties and performance fees over five years.
He had pleaded not guilty to 47 charges of embezzlement.
Day denied embezzling money from his client, and his attorneys argued that the police case was flawed and that the officers had been seduced by Sebastian’s high profile.
On Thursday, the jury found Day guilty on 34 counts and not guilty on 13 after a week of deliberations.