After allegedly stealing a dead man’s debit card information after meeting him for a $400 “prostitution date”. She transferred thousands of dollars to pay for exotic trips, luxury clothing, rent and electricity bills according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office. The 24 year old models rose to fame from Oxygen’s reality show “Bad Girls Club” in 2015 for the series’s 14th season. Shannade’s “Bad Girl” nickname was the Power Princess. They were popular for their bad tempers and offensive attitudes.
Shannade Clermont was charged with one count of conspiracy to commit wire fraud, one count of access device fraud and one count of aggravated identity theft from the U.S. Attorney’s Office . Donald Duboulay,, her lawyer could not give a press comment. She was released on $100,000 bail following her arrest, according to the Associated Press.
All odds are on shannade according to text messages obtained by investigators Clermont allegedly agreed to meet a man at his Manhattan apartment the evening of Jan. 31,
“What do you want to do?” the man texted.
“I want to see you for the amount we agreed on. So you tell me,” Clermont allegedly wrote.
Clermont created several email addresses, including one with the username “xxxexoticdollxxx,” which were “used to solicit dates for prostitution and other sexual encounters through various websites.”
In the texts, the man tells Clermont to “come over now,” adding, “Don’t have to get all dressed up.”
“Mmm okay 🙂 I’ll be there around 5:15 xo,” Clermont allegedly responded.
“Ok. I’m a cool dude. You’ll have fun. What type of booze do you like? Wine!” he texted back.
Closed-circuit TV footage identified Clermont arriving at the apartment at 5:30 p.m. and leaving 9 p.m. Authorities found the man, in his apartment dead of an overdose the next morning with bags of cocaine and a loose condom that appeared to be broken were recovered from the apartment, according to documents. The deceased man hasn’t been publically identified.
Clermont used the man’s card months after his death for plane tickets and online purchases of luxury clothing, to pay her rent and phone bills. The prosecutors say she attempted to make fraudulent charges adding up to more than $20,000. she was also accused of creating a fake email in the dead man’s name to make a Western Union account to wire a transfer of $1,000 to her account, the complaint said. Shannade was arrested after getting off a flight at LaGuardia Airport. Clermont looked at her twin and mouthed “sorry” before breaking down into tears while waiting in Manhattan federal court for the judge to enter.