OnlyFans Murder Suspect Courtney Clenney’s Parents Arrested For Allegedly Taking & Accessing Her Boyfriend’s Laptop After She Stabbed Him To Death
According to reports, Kim and Deborah Clenney were arrested on Tuesday (January 30th) at their home in Austin, Texas, allegedly on suspicion of evidence tampering.
Reportedly, the Clenneys are being investigated for taking the laptop of their daughter’s murder victim Christian Obumseli shortly after she killed him. In case you’re unfamiliar, Courtney is currently behind bars awaiting trial for fatally stabbing her boyfriend back in 2022, which she claims was done in self-defense. A new police affidavit says that in the days after Obumseli’s murder and Courtney’s initial arrest, Kim went to the couple’s apartment to collect some of her belongings where he found Obumseli’s device. It’s unclear at this time why the computer was not taken as part of police evidence. However, instead of turning it over to authorities or leaving it where it was, it seems that Kim took it upon himself to take the computer and try to access it.
Prosecutors state that text messages they obtained revealed that Kim subsequently contacted Courtney in an attempt to figure out the laptop’s password, which she reportedly provided several potentials for, and also contacted her lawyers. A text message chain between Kim, his wife Deborah, and Courtney’s attorneys reportedly held around 4,200 text messages, with several mentions of the Clenneys needing to gain access to the laptop. Despite Courtney’s representation advising them not to access the computer, Kim and Courtney reportedly soon discovered the password was Obumseli’s birthday. Kim then told the legal professionals he had already begun to “poke around,” but ultimately wrote in the texts that he didn’t open any files nor did he see anything. The Clenneys’ official charges have reportedly not been disclosed at this time.
As we’ve been covering, Courtney has been behind bars since August of last year awaiting trial for Obumseli’s murder. Her self-defense claim proved potentially contradictory following video evidence that showed her being physically violent to him on multiple occasions. It’s assumed that Kim was hoping to secure or delete evidence to aid in his daughter’s case. When police recovered the laptop, however, it reportedly held nothing except files related to his cryptocurrency business.
Attorneys representing Obumseli’s family have accused the Clenneys of destroying evidence. Though the Clenneys’ representation has since denied the accusations, writing in a statement:
“[The] Clenney family has been targeted with some trumped up charges to discredit them in the press and make their lives miserable.”
“It appears excessive in that the family is now confined in jail awaiting an extradition hearing on what may be an attempt to manipulate media headlines and discredit them before Thursday’s scheduled hearing on a gag order in the case,”
The Clenneys reportedly had a Zoom court session earlier today, are are waiting to find out if they will be extradited to Miami where the murder took place.
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