On Monday, Arunga admitted to misleading police in order to help her husband escape punishment.
Arunga’s three-year-old son died as a result of blunt force trauma to his abdomen has admitted misleading police after his death.
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Sinclair Timberlake suffered fatal injuries at his family home at Kallangur, north of Brisbane, on June 2014.
His father and former Kenyan presidential candidate Quincy Timberlake was charged with his murder.
Esther Adongo Arunga, also known as Esther Timberlake, is a barrister and solicitor and former television and radio presenter from Kenya, now resident in Australia. She is married to Quincy Timberlake and is a co-founder with him of the PlaCenta Party (Platinum Centralizer and Unionist Party of Kenya).
In 2009 Arunga joined the Finger of God Church started by Joseph Hellon, a distant relative. She became engaged to Wilson Malaba, an elder of the church, but in early 2010 called off the engagement and moved out of her parents’ house to live in a church-owned mansion with Hellon and a number of other church members.She has since said that her parents wanted to marry her to a politician in the government. That February, she, Hellon, and Quincy Timberlake announced the formation of the PlaCenta Party (Platinum Centralizer and Unionist Party) of Kenya and Hellon’s candidacy for the presidency and Arunga’s for the seat of Karachuonyo Constituency and the deputy presidency. Arunga resigned from her job as a news anchor at Kenya Television Network the same day. That night, a number of people associated with the church, including Arunga and Hellon, were arrested and charged with running an unregistered association, although the church had been registered five years before. Computers and laptops were destroyed, documents confiscated and vehicles impounded. She and Timberlake both say they were isolated and tortured. She announced lawsuits against her parents, a psychiatrist, the Attorney General and the Kenya Police for wrongful imprisonment and torture.Arunga was released after two days and on 3 March 2010 married Quincy Timberlake while he was still in custody;[1however, she has since stated that Hellon performed the ceremony at another time.
Feeling unsafe, the Timberlakes left Kenya, and by way of Dubai went to Australia, where as of July 2012, she is a barrister at the New South Wales Supreme Court and has acquired citizenship. She has announced that she will run for office in Kenya,and that she would be accepting an offer from Al Jazeera to co-host a features show.[
In June 2014, the elder of the couple’s two sons died after an apparent accident at their home. In September of that year her husband was charged with the murder of the child, to which he subsequently pleaded not guilty in court. Esther Timberlake was later charged as an accessory and was released on bail. She gave new evidence that her husband had used a healing techniques on the boy and had pressed his stomach repeatedly and thrown him against a wall. She is reported to have changed her name to Chryslertte Provydence Timberlake.In 2016 she was reported to have been working as a storekeeper.