According to official records, Clermont is officially a prisoner at FCI Dublin located in California. The facility is a low-security federal correctional institution that holds about 1,298 inmates.
The reality star, never missing an opportunity to bank some cash for commissary, announced a t-shirt line inspired by her time in prison prior to check-in. The shirts, currently for sale, feature the star posing for a topless mock mugshot.
Back in April, Clermont was sentenced to a year in prison after she pled guilty to one count of fraud. The model was facing 20 years for trying to make $20,000 in purchases on a card she swiped from a man who died after hiring her as a prostitute.
Clermont, who also modeled the latest Yeezy campaign with her twin sister, had been indicted for three felonies, including wire fraud, access device fraud and identity theft.
As we reported, Clermont had nothing to do with the man’s death, which was ruled an overdose.
After her time behind bars, Clermont will have three years supervised released after checking out. During her supervised release, the star will also have to participate in an outpatient treatment program, which may also include testing for drugs and alcohol.