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Rita Ora 'may have to appear' at burglary trial

Rita Ora may have to give evidence in court during the trial of a man accused of burgling her London home.

On Monday (22Feb16), a judge at Harrow Crown Court in the UK heard that jewellery, electronics, bags and clothes worth $281,870 were allegedly stolen from the U.K. X Factor judge's house in November (15).

Charaf Eddine Elmoudden of London pleaded not guilty to one count of burglary at the hearing.

According to London's Evening Standard newspaper, prosecutor Mark Kinsey told the court that Rita and her sister, Elena, "may be required" to appear at the trial, scheduled for 6 June (16).

Elmoudden has been remanded in custody until his trial date.

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