She spent more than $20,000 with a dead man's debit cards.
Shannade Clermont, most known recently for her Instagram fame and an iconic photo from the recent campaign for the Yeezy 500 "Supermoon," has plead guilty to charges of felony wire fraud, after spending $20,000 with a dead man's debit cards. The man, according to Buzzfeed News, died of an overdose and it was the investigation into his death (he was found in his Manhattan apartment) that led the cops to Clermont. She had been with the man, according to the police, to have sex in exchange for money and when he overdosed, she took the cards from his wallet and booked it, using the cards for months.
Clermont could face up to 20 years in prison for the crime and authorities seem to be taking it very seriously. US Attorney Geoffrey S. Berman said: “This case demonstrates that in reality, those who commit debit card fraud will be prosecuted to the fullest extent of the law,”
Shannade is most known as one part of a pair with her twin sister Shannon, with whom she appeared on the reality TV series Bad Girls Club and maybe the most iconic photo from the recent Yeezy campaign:
The two also share an Instagram, which they are still posting to even after this news has come out: