Sammy Kimmence pleads guilty to fraud
The boyfriend of Love Island's Dani Dyer, Sammy Kimmence, reportedly pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud in court today.
According to MailOnline, he admitted to scamming two elderly men out of over £33,000 by posing as a financial investor.
Sammy allegedly conned two pensioners aged 90 and 80 out of thousands.
MailOnline report the men were clients at investment company S&S Trading Ltd, who Sammy previously worked for.
When the business, 'stopped operating,' he allegedly claimed he was authorised to provide financial services, which he wasn't.
The publication say Sammy denied all charges and pleaded not guilty just last week.
However, today, at Portsmouth Crown Court, Hampshire, he pleaded guilty to five counts of fraud, totaling £33,919.
This means he could face time in prison.
A further hearing is scheduled for June 11th, and Sammy has been granted, 'conditional bail,' until then.
This comes just a couple months after he welcomed his first child into the world with Dani.
The Love Island 2018 winner gave birth to a beautiful baby boy named Santiago.
She announced their little one's name on her podcast.
The reality star said, "I know a lot of you are probably thinking, 'What?!' But that is his name. We are going to be calling him Santi."
"I think it sounds nice on the birth certificate."
You can read more on that here.