Dani Dyer responds to criticism of how she dressed her baby
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Love Island star Dani Dyer, 24, has reportedly ended her relationship with Sammy Kimmence, 26, after he was sentenced to over three years in jail for five counts of fraud. Yesterday, Sammy cried as he received the lengthy sentence after being found guilty of scamming two elderly men out of nealy £34,000. The former trader shares a son, Santiago, seven months, with Love Island star Dani, who is believed to be adjusting to the next three years as a single mother.
She is absolutely floored by what’s happened with Sammy
Despite initial reports that the Essex native was standing by her men, MailOnline have now reported that the reality star has ended their relationship.
According to a source, Dani, who is mother to baby Santi, is now preparing to spend the next few years as a single parent as Sammy serves his time.
They said: “She is absolutely floored by what’s happened with Sammy. She knows she has to make massive changes in her life and she’s so distraught…”
“All she knows is that her baby boy Santiago is the only thing that matters now and she is trying to work out how best to look after him as a single parent.
“She needs time to think it through. Sammy completely downplayed the court case every step of the way,” they added.
The 2018 Love Island winner has yet to comment on the sentencing or her relationship with her son’s father, but revealed that she was busy packing ahead of a holiday with her son this week.
Express.co.uk has reached out to Dani’s representatives for comment.
Yesterday, the father-of-one cried in Portsmouth Crown Court yesterday as his sentence was read out.
Sammy was sentenced to over three years in prison for scamming Peter Martin, 91, and Peter Haynes, 81, out of almost £34,000.
After successfully persuading the men to let him invest their money, Sammy went on to splurge the pensioners’ cash on clothes, expensive dinners and holidays.
Ahead of Wednesday’s sentencing, Sammy denied all charges before a last-minute change of plea saw him sent to jail for five counts of fraud, totalling £33,919.
Judge Timothy Mousley QC gave him 30 months of imprisonment for his duping of Mr Martin and 12 months for the fraud against Mr Haynes, half of which Sammy must serve.
Addressing the counts of fraud, the judge said: “You defrauded two men of significant sums of money, both were elderly gentlemen, neither was a wealthy man.
“Whilst these men trusted you, you used their money to fund your lifestyle.”
The judge added: “This was a significant abuse of trust.”
The two men had been Sammy’s clients when he worked as a senior trader at Equine Global Sports Limited before its liquidation.
Despite the company closing, the defendant continued to pretend to invest the two men’s money, even travelling to Hants to “groom them”.
Sadly, Mr Martin died last year aged 91 and prosecutors said that he considered Sammy a “friend” up until his death.
Prior to rekindling her relationship with her ex-partner, Dani shot to fame on ITV’s Love Island where she was crowned winner along with former beau Jack Fincham.
They remained in a relationship for eight months after coming out of the villa until their split, which then saw the daughter of EastEnders actor Danny Dyer rekindle her relationship with her ex-boyfriend Sammy.
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