Dani Dyer’s house ‘being searched by detectives in pursuit of Sammy Kimmence’s hidden belongings’

Dani Dyer is about to face new heartbreak after her fraud ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence’s three years in prison for a £34k scam.

Police would prepare to search the Love Island star’s home, which she shared with Sammy and their son Santi for seven months, looking for hidden belongings like Sammy, 25, the money he stole from two vulnerable retirees. cannot repay.

Investigators specializing in financial forensics will reportedly visit the couple’s Essex home in search of assets, such as cars, watches, jewelry and designer clothes, that can be auctioned off for cash.

A confiscation hearing will take place next month in which his legal team will explain how he plans to repay his victims.

Home: Dani Dyer faces new heartbreak after her fraud ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence’s three-year jail term for £34k scam

A source told The sunHe will face further jail time if there is evidence that assets have been hidden or sold since he was arrested with the intent of preserving their value for his own purposes…

He has stated in the past that he would like to repay the stolen money, but if the court is not satisfied with how and when this will be done, the police will be ordered to visit his home with the intention of seizing put on resources.’

MailOnline has reached out to Dani’s representatives and Essex Police for comment.

Sammy cheated on Peter Martin, 91, and Peter Haynes, 81, by persuading the vulnerable retirees to let him invest their money for them, then plunging into expensive restaurants, hotels and clothing.

The source continued: ‘She needs time to think about it. Sammy completely downplayed the lawsuit every step of the way.”

Heartbreak: Police will reportedly raid the 26-year-old Love Island star's home in pursuit of hidden belongings if Sammy, 25, can't repay the money he stole from two vulnerable retirees under an investment disguise

Heartbreak: Police will reportedly raid the 26-year-old Love Island star’s home in pursuit of hidden belongings if Sammy, 25, can’t repay the money he stole from two vulnerable retirees under an investment disguise

It has been revealed that she was misled about the seriousness of the crimes that saw Sammy tend to retirees to fund his lavish lifestyle.

The source said: “He made her believe that he had done nothing serious and that he would be given a suspended sentence now that she knows the full horror of the crime…

‘She’s broken. She feels very sorry for the two men he defrauded and whose lives he destroyed.’

Speaking about how she’s feeling now, they said, “She feels completely stupid that she ever believed him and she’s totally overwhelmed…

“The little dream family she thought she had has fallen apart and she’s now trying to figure out how best to pick up the pieces.

On the way: Detectives specializing in financial forensics will reportedly visit the couple's Essex home in search of assets, such as cars, watches and jewelry and designer clothes, which can be auctioned off for cash

On the way: Detectives specializing in financial forensics will reportedly visit the couple’s Essex home in search of assets, such as cars, watches and jewelry and designer clothes, which can be auctioned off for cash

His victims were Sammy’s clients when he worked as a Senior Trader at Equine Global Sports Limited, a company that subsequently went bankrupt.

The company received money from customers that it would use to place bets on horse racing on their behalf.

After this company stopped trading, he contacted two of his older clients and pretended to continue investing their money in the same way, but instead used it to fund his lifestyle, pay for restaurants and a hotel in Ibiza. to book.

He also spent their money in nightclubs and on a personalized license plate for his Mercedes, leaving one victim ‘off the bread line’.

Mr Martin, who lived in Havant, Hants, died last November at the age of 91 while Mr Haynes is suffering from Alzheimer’s disease.

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On Wednesday, Sammy, from Rayleigh, Essex, who had denied all charges before changing his plea at the last minute, was sent to jail on five counts of fraud totaling £33,919.

Standing in the harbor at Portsmouth Crown Court, Hants, Sammy, dressed in a black suit, spoke only to confirm his name before sobbing during the hearing as his dishonesty was outlined and he was jailed for three-and-a-half year.

Prosecutors said Sammy “took care of” his elderly victims, comparing his deception to “a fox given a key to the coop” and saying that Mr Martin “treated him as a friend until his death.”

Prosecutor Mike Mason said: “This was a very unpleasant fraud against two men that Mr Kimmence had deliberately targeted …

“He targeted them because they were old, frail and somewhat isolated. This was not something he migrated to from a friendship. This was something he had in mind.’

The court heard that Sammy traveled several times to visit Mr Haynes and Mr Martin at their home while he “tended to” them. Documents Sammy sent to the victims contained fake company names and a “completely made up” Gambling Commission number.

These were full of errors, including “miscalculated balances” and a misspelling of Sammy’s own name.

Mason said these letters showed “some bias” as the letters “induce these men to believe that this was an established, credible case.”

Sammy convinced Mr. Martin to give him his internet banking password, credit card and debit card.

Sammy convinced Mr Martin to give him his internet banking password, credit and debit card

Sammy convinced Mr Martin to give him his internet banking password, credit and debit card

Mr Mason said: ‘In other words, he has transferred financial control to Mr Kimmence. It is similar to the fox getting a key to the chicken coop. Mr. Martin considered him a friend until his death, which tells us a little bit about the energy he put into taking care of these old men.’

Mr Martin’s money was used by Sammy on holiday in Ibiza, at a nightclub in Essex and for shopping in Waitrose, and to pay for car payments for his flashy Mercedes A Class with a personalized number plate.

His statement was read in court, which said: ‘I am very stressed at times because I have now given £1,000 to Sammy, who I thought was investing it for me. This whole process with Sammy has eroded my trust in people.”

Dani is the daughter of Danny Dyer and rose to fame on Love Island in 2018.

Before the show, she was in a relationship with Sammy, but got into a relationship with Jack Fincham at the villa before winning the reality show.

She rekindled her romance with Sammy shortly after, and there are rumors that the couple is getting married in the near future.

Difficult times: Dani is Danny Dyer's daughter and became famous on Love Island in 2018

Difficult times: Dani is Danny Dyer’s daughter and became famous on Love Island in 2018

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