Love Island star Dani Dyer’s boyfriend, Sammy Kimmence, has been warned that he is at ‘risk’ of jail after pleading guilty at Portsmouth Crown Court to defrauding two pensioners as part of an investment business, reports Portsmouth News.
Kimmence, 25, had previously denied participating in a fraudulent business as a sole trader of S&S Trading Ltd between 27 July in 2016 and 9 December 2018, with intent to defraud creditors or any other person.
However, on Monday (19 April) Kimmence pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud by false representation against the complainants - who were 90 and 80 at the time - totalling £33,919.
The court heard how he had defrauded pensioner Peter Martin, who is now deceased, out of £22,912 between July 2016 and April 2018.
Kimmence also admitted misusing his bank card in January 2017, with the defendant removing a cash amount of £1,285 from the victim’s account.
A third charge also saw Kimmence admit to defrauding Mr Martin out of £400 cash, while a fourth charge, between December 2016 and July 2017, saw the defendant misuse the victim’s credit card, who was defrauded out of £1,395.
Kimmence also pleaded guilty to a fifth charge, which involved defrauding Peter Haynes out of £7,927 between January 2016 and September 2016, after Kimmence transferred the money into his own bank account.
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