Dani Dyer: After a 3.5-year jail sentence, the Love Island star “splits up” with Sammy Kimmence.


Dani Dyer: After a 3.5-year jail sentence, the Love Island star “splits up” with Sammy Kimmence.

DANI DYER is said to have split up with her partner and son’s father after he pleaded guilty in court yesterday to defrauding two pensioners out of almost £30,000.

After Sammy Kimmence, 26, was sentenced to almost three years in prison for five charges of fraud, Dani Dyer, 24, reportedly quit her relationship with him. After being found guilty of defrauding two elderly men out of over £34,000, Sammy cried as he received his hefty sentence yesterday. The former trader has a seven-month-old baby, Santiago, with Love Island star Dani, who is said to be adjusting to life as a single mother for the next three years.

What happened to Sammy has left her speechless.


Despite initial claims that the Essex native was sticking by her men, the reality star has dissolved their connection, according to MailOnline.

According to a source, Dani, who is the mother of baby Santi, is preparing to be a single parent for the next few years while Sammy does his sentence.

“What happened with Sammy has really stunned her,” they stated. She’s aware that she needs to make significant adjustments in her life, but she’s distraught…”

“All she knows is that her baby boy Santiago is all that matters right now, and she’s trying to figure out how to best care for him as a single mom.

“She’ll need some time to consider it. They went on to say that Sammy “totally minimized the court case every step of the way.”

The 2018 Love Island winner has not commented on the sentencing or her relationship with her baby’s father, but she did tell that she was packing for a vacation with her son this week.

Dani’s agents have been contacted for comment by this website.

As his sentence was given out in Portsmouth Crown Court yesterday, the father-of-one sobbed.

For defrauding Peter Martin, 91, and Peter Haynes, 81, of about £34,000, Sammy was sentenced to more than three years in prison.

Sammy squandered the retirees’ money after persuading them to let him invest their money in clothes, costly dinners, and vacations.

Sammy had rejected all accusations before to his sentencing on Wednesday, but a last-minute change of plea resulted in him being sentenced to prison for five counts of fraud totaling £33,919.

“Brinkwire Summary News,” by Judge Timothy Mousley QC.


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