Dani Dyer’s ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence ordered to give up his designer wardrobe to help repay money he scammed from two pensioners. He has to hand over his personalised numberplate as well as jewellery and designer clothing to help pay back almost £55,000
Dani Dyer’s shamed conman ex has been ordered to give up ‘bling’ clothing to repay money he scammed from two pensioners.
Sammy Kimmence, 25, was jailed last month for defrauding Peter Haynes, 81, and Peter Martin, 91, out of their life savings.
Earlier today a judge ordered the dad-of-one to hand back almost £55,000.
As part of this sum Kimmence was ordered to give up three pairs of designer trainers – a pair of Dior B22 sneakers, costing £825; a pair of Louis Vuitton Monogram runners costing £725; and Nike Jordan ‘Black Cat’ shoes costing £600.
The former stockbroker will also lose a Louis Vuitton monogram hoodie which cost £1,250, £1,000 Cartier love ring and £699 personalised numberplate reading ‘KM11SAM’.
Prosecutor Mike Mason told the Proceeds of Crime hearing that Kimmence made £54,859 conning his victims.
This included over £35,000 for the five charges, £13,800 in a bank account and just over £5000 of assets in his house.
Mr Mason added: “[The assets are] made up of a personalised numberplate, worth £699, and jewellery and clothing, making it up to £5,099.”
Judge Timothy Mousley QC added: “It is some shoes – the vast bulk are three pairs of trainers.”
Kimmence stood motionless in the dock at Portsmouth Crown Court while the hearing took place.
He wore a mask, navy blue jumper with dark tracksuit bottoms and spoke only to confirm his name.
He was jailed for three-and-a-half years last month after posing as a financial investor to con the two men.
Kimmence claimed he was placing bets on horse races on their behalf but instead spent the money enjoying a lavish lifestyle.
He paid for nightclub and restaurant bills and booked a hotel in Ibiza.
Kimmence, who admitted five counts of fraud, is said to have left one of his victims ‘living on the breadline’.
He will begin repaying the debt by handing over the valuables described in court yesterday (THU).
Within three months he will also have to transfer £3,926 to the estate of the late Mr Martin and a further £1,173 to Mr Hayne.
The rest of the money will be paid back following his release from prison.
Simon Clark, CPS Wessex Senior Crown Prosecutor, said: “Kimmence acted despicably when he duped his former clients in to believing that he had set up a new company with which they could safely invest their money.
“The CPS used witness statements, financial records, receipts and mobile phone evidence to prove that Kimmence had not invested a single penny of the thousands of pounds he had fraudulently obtained from his victims.”
Kimmence announced the birth of he and Dyer’s baby son Santiago in January this year.
The 2018 Love Island winner, daughter of EastEnders star Danny Dyer, is understood to have left him following the court case.