More drama has surfaced surrounding Bad Girls Club star and Yeezy muse Shannade Chermont as she is now being accused of violating her terms of release by traveling out of state for a questionable appearance.
According to The Blast, per a filing by the U.S. Attorney, Clermont, who was recently accused of going on a spending spree with a dead man's debit card, is now being accused of violating her conditions of release by "traveling without authorization to Detroit, Michigan, last Friday, July 27, 2018."
The site specifies that she traveled to Michigan for an appearance at TRUTH Gentlemen's Glub. A special agent contacted the manager at the strip joint and confirmed that the reality star was present at the establishment.
Clermont is currently on a strict set of conditions regarding her release, which includes firm travel restrictions, drug testing and retrial supervision.
As a penalization for the violation, the U.S. Attorney wants a request Clermont made to travel to Pennsylvania this weekend denied and also wants future traveling restricted while her criminal case remains in the "pending" stage.
Clermont is currently gearing up for an epic battle in court, with the site reporting that she has recruited Mexican drug lord El Chapo's former attorney, Jeffrey Lichtman, to serve as her counsel.
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