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Dani Dyer's ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence is set to start repaying the eye-watering sum of £55,000, which he scammed out of two pensioners, a court heard on Thursday.
The Love Island star's former flame was sentenced to 42 months in prison on July 14 after pleading guilty to five counts of fraud and scamming two elderly pensioners out of their life savings.
And on Thursday, a judge ordered the ex-stockbroker to hand over several luxury designer items worth £5,009.
These items include a £699 personal license plate, two Louis Vuitton bags, jewellery, designer clothing and three high-end trainers, which were said to make up a "vast sum" of the sum he owes back.
A judge also ordered Sammy to pay back Peter Haynes, 81, £1,173 and 91 year old Peter Martin's estate, as he has now passed away, a sum of £3,926, within the next three months.
The rest of the amount he owes from conning the two men, which Portsmouth Crown Court heard was a total of £54,859.22, will be paid back as soon as he begins earning money following his release from prison.
The total amount that Sammy owes is split into three parts, £35,896.46 for the five charges he pleaded guilty to, £13,863.26 of cash deposited in his Lloyds and Santander bank accounts and £5,099 of assets in his house.
The latest development means that Dani will not face a police visit to her home to confiscate Sammy's assets to pay for his crimes.
A previous report from The Sun, it was claimed that financial forensics would visit Dani and her ex Sammy's home to make an inventory of his assets in order to raise the funds he conned out of his unassuming victims.
Dani, who shares a baby son Santiago with Sammy, split from him shortly after his sentencing.
It was said that Dani was "distraught" by Sammy's sentencing after he "lied to her about his crimes" before being sent to prison.
Earlier this week, Dani admitted that it was "hard" being a single mum to her son Santiago, just weeks after Sammy was sentenced to prison for fraud.
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