Dani Dyer packs for holiday with baby Santi as boyfriend Sammy Kimmence jailed

Dani Dyer packs for holiday with baby Santi as boyfriend Sammy Kimmence jailed


Dani Dyer revealed she is preparing to head on holiday with her baby son Santiago after her boyfriend, Sammy Kimmence, was jailed for three years after scamming elderly men of £34,000. 

The former Love Island star, 24, did not comment on Kimmence heading to prison as she updated her followers on her preparation for a break with her seven-month-old son. 

She shared videos of her preparing wash bags for their trip, including one with Santi’s name on it, adding: ‘Holiday packing and Santi’s stuff takes up most of the room already. I overpack as it is but with a baby OMG!’ 

Dyer also spoke about how weaning the baby was going, revealing that he wasn’t super keen on the meals she had prepped for him and prefers baby food that comes in jars instead. 

Their trip comes as Kimmence 25, was sentenced on Wednesday of defrauding two elderly men of £34,000 by posing as a financial investor.

Kimmence wept in court as he was jailed for three years for convincing vulnerable pensioners Peter Martin, 91, who died last year and Peter Haynes, 81, who has Alzheimer’s, to let him invest their money for them.

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The victims had been Kimmence’s clients when he worked as Senior Trader at Equine Global Sports Limited, a company which subsequently went into liquidation, a company which would receive money from customers and place bets on horse races on their behalf. 

After the company had ceased trading, Kimmence had contacted the men and pretended he would continue to invest their money as before, but instead spent it on meals at expensive restaurants, holidays to Ibiza and clothes.

Kimmence had initially denied all the charges before changing his plea at the last minute, being found guilty of five counts of fraud, totalling £33,919. 

Prosecutor Mike Mason said: ‘This was a very unpleasant fraud against two men who Mr Kimmence deliberately targeted…

‘He targeted them because they were old, they were vulnerable and somewhat isolated. This wasn’t something he migrated into from a friendship. This was something he planned.’

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