A millionaire in the form of a bitcoin and his wife, who have been in hiding for 18 months, have talked about their three-in-one sex session with a teenage model the night she died in Malaysia.
In their first interview since they went to the ground, Alex and Luna Johnson told MailOnline their grief about the death of the Dutch model Ivana Smit, whose naked body was found 14 floors below their balcony in December 2017.
They claimed they had nothing to do with her death, and said they had left their party lifestyle behind after a & # 39; witch hunt & # 39; where they were interrogated by the police in Kuala Lumpur.
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Alex Johnson, on the right, and his wife Luna, left for a walk in Miami, where they now live
The couple, pictured, have been in hiding for 18 months since they were charged with murder
Teenage model Ivana Smit was found naked on the floor outside an apartment in Kuala Lumpur. She had been in an apartment with cryptocurrency trader Alexander Johnson and his Indonesian model wife Luna
Ivana Smit, pictured, threw herself to her death in Kuala Lumpur in December 2017
The husband and wife were arrested when Miss Smit's naked body was found underneath their apartment after a wild night out.
The Johnsons were arrested and while their daughter went to live with her babysitter, they spent two weeks in custody, suspected of drug use and violating immigration rules.
They were released without charge. Blood tests showed no trace of medication and their visas were in order. However, a post-mortem showed that Ivana had taken cocaine and alcohol and had high levels of PMMA – an amphetamine that is sometimes sold as ecstasy.
The Johnsons strongly denied giving the model drugs or took a few of them themselves on the night of her death.
Two police inquests established the cause of death as a coincidence, but a subsequent autopsy in the Netherlands suggested that the bruising of Miss Smit & # 39; s arms and head had stopped before she fell off the balcony.
The couple did not attend the inquest to witness the death and left Malaysia for Singapore before arriving in the US, from one address to another across the country, via Georgia and to Florida.
Johnson said: & # 39; We had absolutely nothing to do with her death. & # 39;
The surviving relatives are convinced that her death was not a coincidence and is preparing a lawsuit against the Johnsons.
The couple said they would also seek legal advice to try and refute what they said were false and made up claims against them.
Revealing the details of their sexual relationship with the teenager, said Johnson, 32 ,: & # 39; Ivana was our friend and we both had relationships with her. She willingly came with us that evening. I wish I had more time to know her. I lost a friend. & # 39;
Her 45-year-old husband added: & We enjoyed the company of other women during the course of our marriage.
& # 39; I honestly don't give anything that someone thinks anymore. We have been sedated … We have had a year and a half. We have lost everything and have started again. I don't care anymore. & # 39;
The Johnsons have not been arrested for the second time, but are focused on social media with death threats and an attempt to kidnap their young daughter.
The nightmare began after the couple started drinking in Bangsar, a city 20 miles away from their apartment in Kuala Lumpur.
CCTV unveiled by MailOnline showed Mr. Johnson with Ivana from a nightclub shortly after 5 pm, with his wife after him. The trio then saw a lift to the couple's apartment.
The two women were shown together in a selfie that Miss Smit sent to her friend Lukas Kramer at 7.25 am, two and a half hours before the police said she died.
Luna Johnson, left and her husband Alex, right, were interrogated by the police in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia after the death of the Dutch model Ivana Smit
The police believe that Miss Smit stepped out of Johnson's 20-story balcony at 10 am and landed on a six-story roof. Johnson-born Johnson and his wife insisted that they sleep at that time. Her body was only found around three o'clock in the afternoon.
The pair was arrested and detained in separate cells, but released after making statements and testing for drugs. They could not distance themselves from the case and left Malaysia.
Mr. Johnson, a millionaire bitcoin trader in Kuala Lumpur and the founder of Everus World, a cryptocurrency company, said his company faltered and the couple eventually left Malaysia after fearing for their safety.
They both blocked their social media profiles and said they had received a sinister phone call and threatened to kidnap their child before leaving Malaysia.
& # 39; We were scared and we could not live our lives freely & # 39 ;, said Ms. Johnson in Kazakh, adding that her online digital marketing business was closed.
The couple, who admit that they & # 39; in their youth & # 39; partying hard, traveled through Asia until they finally arrived in Miami.
Johnson now drives his business out of their apartment and trades in bitcoin currencies with markets in Malaysia, Singapore and Indonesia.
Johnson said: & # 39; We have had our experiences and have been partying with drugs. But when our daughter was born six years ago, we moved away from the entire nightlife.
& # 39; Occasionally we dipped our toe in and came out and that was one of those nights when we put our toes in. For our daughter we would go out six nights a week. & # 39;
They say they have curtailed their lifestyles and now have only a handful of good friends in Miami, venturing out at the park and their local school.
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