Clermont Twin Facing 42 Years in Prison for Identity Theft

Clermont Twin Facing 42 Years in Prison for Identity Theft

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You may remember the Clermont Twins, Shannon and Shannade, from Bad Girls Club Season 14. Since then the ladies have came up in the entertainment world, starring in Future’s “Real Sisters” video and even modeling for Kanye’s Yeezy Season 6 campaign.

Well it seems that one of the twins can kiss her new found fame goodbye, because Shannade Clermont is looking at 42 years in prison for felony identity theft. Last month, Shannade was arrested for allegedly using a dead man’s credit card information and hitting a lick of about $20,000. Over the weekend, Shannade was inducted by a grand jury on wire fraud, access device fraud, and identity theft. Her case will now be taken to trial.

For wire fraud, she could face 20 years. Access device fraud holds a maximum of 15 years, and aggravated identity theft could be anywhere from 2-7 years. Her sentencing will all depend on the judge in her case. She’ll also have to forfeit anything she allegedly bought with the stolen debit card and She’ll also have to forfeit anything she allegedly bought with the stolen debit card and pay back any additional money that was stolen.

Written by Clarke Jones

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