Shannade Clermont believes she's too good of a person to spend time in prison, and is collecting letters of support from everyone she knows.
The star, who modeled Yeezy Season 6 with her twin sister, is awaiting sentencing after pleading guilty to one felony count of wire fraud.
According to documents, Clermont claims she's a good person who has always donated clothes she receives on modeling shoots to, "the less fortunate."
She also points out she just launched a charity with her sister, the Clermont Foundation, which allegedly raises awareness and funding for mental illness.
Clermont says her, mostly, "law-abiding life" has been filled with charitable deeds, besides the allegations of using a dead man's credit card for a $20,000 spending spree -- which she claims was the result of "severe desperation."
Along with her charity, Clermont provided over 20 letters of support from family and friends to vouch for her character. One of the more passionate letters came from Clermont's twin, Shannon, who wrote that her sister was her "protector" who has always "been by my side."
As we reported, Clermont, who also starred on the "Bad Girls Club," was arrested last year on fraud charges. She's facing 20 years in prison.