Parents of Courtney Clenney who killed her Nigerian boyfriend are arrested in connection to their daughter's murder case.

The parents of Courtney Clenney, an OnlyFans model accused of stabbing her Nigerian boyfriend, Christian Obumseli, to death at their Miami apartment, were arrested Tuesday, Jan. 30, in Austin, Texas in connection to the murder case. Kim and Deborah Clenney were accused of evidence tampering in connection with the case. They were arrested on suspicion of unauthorized access to a computer, which is a third-degree felony in the state of Florida, according to an arrest warrant obtained by NBC News. The laptop, belonging to Christian Obumseli, Clenney's boyfriend, was left in the apartment they shared. Clenney's parents and one of their lawyers, Frank Prieto, allegedly engaged in a group chat conversation discussing Obumseli's possible passwords and transfer of the laptop from their possession, according to the NBC article. 
Investigators received warrants for the parents' iCloud accounts which allegedly included messages with their lawyers about how to access the laptop, with Kim saying he correctly guessed the pin passcode. "Kim. Hold off on going through the computer please," one attorney responded, per the warrant. "I don't want to turn you into a witness just yet if you find something useful."Kim allegedly responded saying he "didn't see anything" because he never opened a file. "I had barely opened it and was starting to poke around," he wrote, "but we started a video call so I stopped." The laptop was later handed over to defense attorneys. Travis County Sheriff’s Office confirmed the Clenneys were arrested on Jan. 30 on out-of-state felony charges, but declined to comment further. "We assisted in executing an out-of-state warrant and have no involvement in the case," a spokesman said.
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