Miami, Florida – The parents of Courtney Clenney, the OnlyFans model accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend, have been arrested for knowingly accessing unauthorized evidence, as confirmed by the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office.
Kim and Deborah Clenney are facing charges of unauthorized access to a computer, a third-degree felony in the state of Florida, for their involvement in accessing evidence related to their daughter’s case. This comes in the midst of the ongoing legal proceedings against Courtney Clenney, who is currently in custody for the alleged murder of her boyfriend, Christian Obumseli.
The arrest of Clenney’s parents follows the discovery of a group chat between them, their daughter’s attorneys, and the unauthorized access of evidence from Obumseli’s laptop. Messages exchanged in the group chat revealed discussions on how to access the laptop and transfer its custody, raising concerns over potential tampering with evidence.
According to Frank Prieto, one of Courtney Clenney’s lawyers, the discussions in the group chat included sharing possible password suggestions and coordinating the transfer of Obumseli’s laptop.
The unfolding events have raised questions regarding the involvement of Clenney’s family in the case and the implications for the ongoing legal proceedings. It also underscores the complexity of the legal challenges surrounding the high-profile case and the multiple parties involved.
Meanwhile, the attorney for Courtney Clenney has denounced the arrest of her parents, claiming that the family is being targeted with trumped-up charges to discredit them in the press. The attorney suggested that the arrest might be an attempt to manipulate media headlines and discredit the family before an upcoming hearing in the case.
The arrest of Clenney’s parents adds another layer of complexity to the case, which has already garnered significant attention due to the nature of the allegations and the ongoing legal battles. As the legal proceedings continue, the involvement of Clenney’s family and their arrest will likely have far-reaching implications for the case.