A former actress of the television reality series "Bad Girls Club" was arrested on charges of theft of debit card information a man who died with her shortly after a date
Shannade Clermont was arrested Wednesday under charges including wire fraud and serious identity theft, the Associated Press reported.
Prosecutors said the man she visited in January 2017 was found dead a drug overdose the next morning at his apartment in Midtown Manhattan.
Her lawyer did not immediately return a message seeking a comment.
The criminal complaint said that Clermont appeared in the 2015 reality series "Bad Girls Club" of the Oxygen Network her twin sister and amassed a great social media following. Your Twitter account has over 100,000 followers.
The authorities said the 24-year-old Clermont used stolen debit card information to try to get more than $ 20,000. They say she used the money to pay her rent and phone bills, buy plane tickets, and buy clothes and other goods online.
Prosecutors said text messages between the victim's phone and Clermont's phone show before the date they agreed
They also revealed that they have an "Exotic Doll" e-mail account on July 9, 2013. in which they say that Clermont has "solicited data for prostitutes and other sexual encounters through various websites."
Read or Share This Story: https://usat.ly/2L6geE3