Hencha Voigt, left, a reality TV show star, is accused of extorting YesJulz, a South Beach socialite. Miami-Dade prosecutors want her to provide passwords to her iPhone, which they say holds evidence in the case. Voigt’s attorney argues that violates her Fifth Amendment right to remain silent.
Hencha Voigt, left, a reality TV show star, is accused of extorting YesJulz, a South Beach socialite. Miami-Dade prosecutors want her to provide passwords to her iPhone, which they say holds evidence in the case. Voigt’s attorney argues that violates her Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Instagram
Hencha Voigt, left, a reality TV show star, is accused of extorting YesJulz, a South Beach socialite. Miami-Dade prosecutors want her to provide passwords to her iPhone, which they say holds evidence in the case. Voigt’s attorney argues that violates her Fifth Amendment right to remain silent. Instagram

Miami ‘sextortion’ case latest legal test of whether police can demand an iPhone password

April 26, 2017 06:07 AM

UPDATED April 26, 2017 03:18 PM

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