A judge has ordered Shannade of the Clermont Twins to seek mental health and drug treatment following her lengthy prison sentence.
An update on her case below…
The shock value-loving star is facing a year behind bars for fraud-related charges after she stole a dead man’s card (after he’d hired her services as a prostitute) and attempted to use $20,000 of his cash to pay for clothes and fund her pricy proclivities.
His death was ruled an accidental overdose, which means she dodged the manslaughter case many feared she’d be forced to face but, as a result of her decision to defraud him, was indicted for three felonies, including wire fraud, access device fraud, and identity theft.
The disturbing nature of the case gave the overseeing judge reason to believe the alleged sex worker may be suffering from mental health and drug issues which is why they ordered her to complete an outpatient mental health treatment program and take any prescribed medications.
Once she is out, Clermont was ordered to not open any credit cards or make any new credit purchases and pay $4,696 in restitution.
The docs note she must check into prison by June 4. She is requesting to be placed in a California facility.