Leonard Cohen's former business partner has been found guilty of harassing the singer/songwriter.
Kelley Lynch was accused of bombarding the Hallelujah hitmaker with phone calls and threats after he fired her in 2004.
On Monday (09Apr12), Cohen took to the stand at her trial in California to claim Lynch had terrorised him with nasty messages, falsely accused him of using drugs, and sent emails about him to numerous people.
The fall-out came after a 17-year business relationship and a "brief" romance, the star told the court.
On Thursday (12Apr12), a jury convicted Lynch of harassing Cohen and violating a restraining order. She now faces up to five years in prison.
She will be sentenced later this month (Apr12).