Clermont Twin To Serve One Year For Raiding Dead Man’s Bank Account
The reality and social media star who admitted she stole about $20,000 from the bank account of a deceased man to fund her highflying social media lifestyle has started her sentence in connection with the case.
Shannade Clermont, 25, turned herself in June 4 to the Dublin Federal Correctional Institute outside of Oakland, CA, according to public records obtained by BOSSIP. The prison is for about 1,200 female inmates deemed a low-security risk, and has a prison camp next door.
Clermont admitted to financing her lifestyle in part with the debit card of a man she met on a “prostitution date,” attempting to spend some $20,000 in fraudulent charges like rent, designer clothing and electronics. A judge later blasted her for a “lack of character” before sentencing her to a year behind bars. Federal lockup records stated that her release date was “unknown.”
Other famous inmates at FCI Dublin have included heiress Patty Hearst and Hollywood Madam Heidi Fleiss.
Clermont’s mugshot hasn’t been made public because of privacy concerns, according to a spokesman for the Bureau of Prisons.