Yeezy model Shannade Clermont has been granted permission by a federal judge to spend time with her family over the holidays, a month before she will find out how long she will be spending behind bars.
On December 20, Clermont’s lawyer wrote a letter to the judge asking for permission for his client to travel to Hawaii from December 27 till January 2 to celebrate the holidays. Her lawyer noted that the prosecution had no issue with the request.
The judge signed off the same day and granted her request.
Clermont is set to appear in court in February for sentencing, where she is facing 20 years in prison.
As The Blast first reported, Clermont who is also a former “Bad Girls Club” star, pled guilty to one felony count of wire fraud, according to the U.S. Attorney’s Office in New York.
Shannade Clermont, who modeled the latest Yeezy campaign with her twin sister, had been indicted for three felonies, including wire fraud, access device fraud, and identity theft.
Per the terms of her guilty plea, she will not be prosecuted for the other two felonies.
The Yeezy model was accused of stealing a dead man’s debit card information and going on a spending spree. As we reported, Clermont had nothing to do with the man’s death, which was ruled an overdose.
She was hired as a prostitute for the evening and allegedly swiped his credit card information for a $20,000 spending spree that included clothes and airline tickets.