“Bad Girls Club” star Shannade Clermont has pleaded guilty to one felony count of wire fraud after being accused of running up the tab on a dead man’s credit card.
Back in July, Clermont was arrested on a slew of charges, including stealing a dead man’s credit card after he hired her for a prostitution date. Although the former model had nothing to do with the man’s death, which has since been ruled an overdose, she was booked, and later indicted for three felonies, including wire fraud, access device fraud and identity theft, after she went on a $20,000 shopping spree with the dead man’s credit card information.
Since then, the reality star-turned-Yeezy model has pleaded guilty in the case.
According to the Blast, as part of her guilty plea to one count of wire fraud, she will not be prosecuted for the other two felonies, but she will be ordered to pay restitution, which could reach $55,000.
In the meantime, the model is facing a maximum of 20 years behind bars. She is set to be sentenced in February.