By Yuriy Andriyashchuk
Hip-HopVibe.com Staff Writer
Shannade Clermont will appear in court on April 4 for her sentencing for her fraud case due to stealing a dead man’s credit card and spending $20,000 on it after an escort date. According to The Blast, Clermont will do everything she can in court to prove that she doesn’t deserve to be locked up for as long as she most likely will. She plead guilty to one felony count of wire fraud. Her original sentence was pushed back due to her lawyer handling El Chapo’s case.
Clermont will provide 20 letters from family and friends vouching for her as a good person. She will also mention how she donates clothes that she models in to the less fortunate. Her and sister Shannon’s Clermont Foundation which raises awareness and funding for mental illness will be in her defense as well. These good deeds do have a high chance of being overshadowed by the judge.
Clermont also thinks that she’s lived a “law-abiding life” and using the dead man’s credit card to spend $20k was an act of “severe desperation.” It’ll definitely be interesting to see if the judge is swayed by Clermont’s letters and defense of what she’s done in the community. Both Shannade and Shannon got famous from appearing on Bad Girls Club and modeling for Kanye West’s Yeezy Season 6 clothing line.
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