32-year-old Venod Skantha has been convicted of her murder.
The Crown and defence made their closing statements on Tuesday.
Venod Skantha is accused of stabbing the 16-year-old to death.
She says allegations against her are "a string of lies".
After a three week trial, the jury have handed down their verdict.
The jury delivered its verdict on Friday.
The defence has finished its closing summary by telling the jury Millane's death was tragic, but not a murder.
Venod Skantha is on trial accused of stabbing the 16-year-old to death.
The defence has wrapped up its case, with closing statements expected on Thursday.
A high level of alcohol was likely in her blood, a pathologist says.
The murder-accused may enter the witness box.
The witness' mother claims he told her she would be killed if she returned home.
"Don't let the world change your smile."
Tinder matches, police officers and a pathologist gave evidence.
The jury earlier saw the moment the accused was arrested for murder.
He admits he found the backpacker on the floor of his apartment.
CCTV footage of the man's activity has been shown to the jury.
He allegedly claimed police dogs can only sense bodies buried deeper than four feet.
The teenage witness has admitted to exaggerating and lying to the police.
Pell is serving a six-year sentence for assaulting two choirboys.