Shannade Clermont, one-half of the Instagram influencers - The Clermont Twins - has opened up about the night that her sugar daddy passed away, which triggered a spending spree on his dime.

The 'Bad Girls Club' star was sentenced to a year in prison after pleading guilty to wire fraud for stealing debit-card information from James Alesi — her "sugar daddy."

Alesi was found dead in his apartment the day after his "prostitution date" with Clermont from the overdose of cocaine mixed with fentanyl. 

"He wasn't asleep when I left — he was just drunk," Shannade told The Post. "I have never been around people who have been on heavy drugs, so I didn't really know.

"It was like, 'Oh, he was a drunk mess.' I was annoyed . . . [I thought] he was playing games. So I just left."

She copped to taking his card and racking up $20,000 in charges over the next few months before she was caught. She claims that she did not know he was dead when she left with his card.

“From the outside looking in, it looks like I knew he was dead and was like ‘haha’ . . . and that’s really sick,” she said.

Shannade is slated to turn herself in on Jun. 4 to begin her sentence.