Published: Fri, July 13, 2018
Entertaiment | By Mabel Barber

Ex-reality star accused of stealing $20,000 from dead man’s bank account

Ex-reality star accused of stealing $20,000 from dead man’s bank account

Yeezy model and Bad Girls Club alum Shannade Clermont was arrested on Wednesday in NY after she racked up $20,000 in charges on a dead man's debit card, according to authorities.

The identity of the man hasn't been released but he reportedly overdosed on cocaine and fentanyl on February 1, 2017.

Specifically, it was learned in the months following the victim's death that Clermont racked up a slew of charges on his debit card including $650 worth of plane tickets, more than $17,000 from retailers, paid $1,441.30 in rent to a management company, and even boldly paid off a $125.27 phone bill.

Clermont, 24, was charged with one count each of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, access device fraud and aggravated identity theft.

Investigators also discovered that Clermont had established an "Exotic Doll" email account on July 9, 2013, which police say was used to solicit sexual encounters in exchange for money, according to The Associated Press.

"I want to see you for the amount we agreed on. So you tell me", Clermont reportedly replied.

"Let's do $400", the government claims the victim said.

He responded, 'OK. I'm a cool dude.

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The model allegedly stole and used two debit cards belonging to a man who was found dead the day after paying her for her services, the attorney's office alleged in their release.

According to the Washington Post, Clermont agreed to meet with the man for $400 on January 31.

USA attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said in a statement Wednesday that Shannade 'lived up to her reality series reputation, ' and that 'thanks to the skilled investigative work of the NYPD, Clermont's new reality is federal prosecution for her alleged nefarious conduct'.

"Thanks to the skilled investigative work of the NYPD, Clermont's new reality is federal prosecution for her alleged nefarious conduct", Berman said. The account was used around April 3, 2017, to open a Western Union account, which allegedly sent money from the victim's account to Clermont directly.

AP reported that Clermont looked at her sister Shannon and mouthed "sorry" before crying as she waited in Manhattan federal court. The Clermont Twins became notorious in their time on Bad Girls Club for loud arguments and a sense of arrogance to their housemates.

INSIDER reached out to the listed representative for Shannon and Shannade Clermont but did not immediately receive a response. She has amassed a large social media following, with over 100,000 followers on Twitter.

Shannade and her twin Shannon were both featured in West's Yeezy season 6 campaign and posed as his wife in several designs she had previously been photographed in.

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