Dani Dyer is reportedly standing by her man as her rep said they're 'still together' after he plead guilty to fraud.

The Love Island star's boyfriend - Sammy Kimmence - admitted to defrauding two pensioners out of almost £34,000 by claiming he would invest their money for them when he appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court today.

Sammy previously denied the charges but changed his plea today on what was due to be the first day of his trial.

The 25-year-old of Rayleigh, Essex, entered guilty pleas to five charges of fraud and now faces a possible prison sentence.

And according to The Sun, reality TV personality Dani is supporting her partner - with whom she shares newborn son Santiago - as her representative told the outlet "they are still together."

Dani Dyer
Dani Dyer is reportedly standing by her boyfriend Sammy Kimmence after he admitted to scamming two pensioners

A pal close to the mother-of-one also said to the site: "She's vowed to stand by him, he's the father of her baby."

The Mirror has reached out to Dani's rep for further comment.

On Monday, the court heard that the offences involved Kimmence taking money from two men aged 90 and 80 between 2016 and 2018, claiming that he would invest the money through his company S&S Trading Ltd but failing to do so.

Kimmence admitted to four counts of fraud against Peter Martin, who has since died, totalling nearly £26,000, as well as a fifth charge against Peter Haynes of £7,927.

Dressed in a black suit and blue tie, he stood in the dock and spoke only to confirm his name and pleaded guilty to each charge.

Sammy Kimmence and son Santiago
Sammy shares son Santiago with Dani

Craig Harris, defending, said of Kimmence: "He is a relatively young man of previous good character, the offences go back into his late teenage years.

"Quite a lot has gone into this young man’s life in the last few years. He is seeking to reimburse the losses he has caused."

The judge, Recorder Nicholas Haggan QC, warned Kimmence that he could be sent to jail when he is sentenced on June 11.

Sammy Kimmence
Sammy admitted to defrauding two pensioners out of almost £34,000 by claiming he would invest their money for them when he appeared at Portsmouth Crown Court today

He told the defendant: "The offences to which you have pleaded guilty are serious offences, it’s accepted they cross the custodial threshold and you are at risk of receiving a custodial sentence.

"Given you are young man of no previous convictions, I am going to order a sentencing report. I am going to grant you conditional bail.

"The fact I am granting you bail affords no indication as to what the sentence will be – you are at risk of a custodial sentence."