Dani Dyer earns staggering £250k as boyfriend Sammy Kimmence faced fraud trial

Dani Dyer has earned more than £250,000 over the past year according to her latest company accounts.

According to reports by The Sun, the Love Island winner's registered company I Want It, I Got It Ltd shows that she had a cash reserve of £318,630 for 2020.

This is up from £251,318 in the past 12 months with a Corporation Tax bill of £52,677.

It means that the popular reality star raked in more than £250,000 in 2020 seeing as Corporation Tax makes up 19% of a company’s earnings before other expenses were removed.

Meanwhile, Dani’s tax bill was £50,115 in 2019.

Records for I Want It, I Got It Ltd show that Dani is the company’s sole director.

It comes as Dani’s ex-boyfriend Sammy Kimmence was recently sent down after conning two pensioners out of £55,000.

He is currently serving time in prison and is selling his designer Louis Vuitton bags and clothes to help pay off the debt.

Sammy is also selling a private car registration to pay off the huge debt.

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Dani, who shot to fame on dating reality show Love Island in 2018, gave birth to their son Santiago earlier this year.

However, since his crimes came to light, Dani has distanced herself from Sammy.

The reality star reportedly decided to go it alone as a single mum with her family including her dad, Eastenders star Danny Dyer, fully supporting her.

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Since then she has deleted all the pictures of her ex Sammy on her social media accounts.

Dani has landed big-money deals with fashion brand In The Style and Surf laundry powder since leaving the Love Island villa.

Sammy conned pensioners Peter Martin, 91, and Peter Haynes, 81, after they allowed him to fraudelntly invest their money.

However, he splashed the cash on expensive restaurants, clothes and hotels.

Sammy will now have to pay Mr Martin £3,926, who has sadly passed away, and Mr Hayne £1,173.

The rest of the fee will be paid once he is let out of prison.

A source close to the star told The Sun: “As soon as his wrongdoing was exposed, he vowed to repay the money and he’s relieved that he’s been able to do that.

"Now he just wants to get his head down and do his time behind bars.”

During his court appearance, Sammy called himself “an awful human being” for the acts he pleaded guilty to.

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