Courtney Clenney: Model earned $3M from OnlyFans before brutally stabbing BF Christian Obumseli to death

Prosecutors argued that murder accused Courtney Clenney, who raked in $327,221 this year alone, is a flight risk due to her wealth

Courtney Clenney: Model earned $3M from OnlyFans before brutally stabbing BF Christian Obumseli to death
As per prosecutors, Courtney Clenney amassed a huge wealth before killing boyfriend Christian Obumseli (christianvstoby/Instagram)
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MIAMI, FLORIDA: The Florida OnlyFans celebrity who is accused of killing her boyfriend in April made over $3 million on the site since 2020, according to prosecutors. The Miami State Attorney's Office said Courtney Clenney, 25, cleared a stunning $1,806,003 from the adult website in 2021 and $966,692 in 2020 in a filing opposing a bond arrangement.

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As per a report in NYPost, Clenney earned an additional $327,221 as of August this year. According to prosecutor Khalil Quinan, Clenney is a flight risk due to her wealth and argued that she should be detained indefinitely pending trial. Additionally, Quinan emphasized the fact that Clenney, 26, sent her father $1,184,000 via wire transfer after fatally stabbing cryptocurrency trader Christian Obumseli, claiming that she did so in order to conceal her assets as the inquiry gained momentum.

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MEAWW previously reported about Clenney's crime scene photos, which depict the OnlyFans model covered in bruises from head to toe and drenched in blood after allegedly killing her partner with a knife. A few other photos released by the police, show dried blood-stained nails and the blood-soaked knife used in the fatal killing.

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Courtney Clenney was covered in blood after allegedly killing her boyfriend Christian Obumseli (Miami-Dade State's Attorney's Office and courtneytailor/Instagram)
Courtney Clenney was covered in blood after allegedly killing her boyfriend Christian Obumseli (Miami-Dade State's Attorney's Office and courtneytailor/Instagram)
Images of the bloodstained nails, sweatpants and the knife used by Courtney Clenney were disclosed (Photo credit Miami-Dade State's Attorney's Office/website)
Images of the bloodstained nails, sweatpants and the knife used by Courtney Clenney were disclosed (Photo credit Miami-Dade State's Attorney's Office/website)

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During her court appearance on Tuesday, November 15, Clenney appeared in the court wearing a crimson prison uniform and looked bloated and haggard. Her sobbing 911 call while Obumseli, 27, lay dead beside her was played. Det Yermaine Briceno of Miami stated testified that he initially believed Clenney had killed Obumseli in self-defense, but that new information made him reconsider. “I learned that Christian was always the one trying to calm the situation down,” Briceno said. “Based on the messages and everything else. He was always the one getting hurt. And the defendant is the one unable to control herself and hurt him.”

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Courtney Clenney during her court appearance (Law&Crime Network video screenshot and Instagram/@courtneytailor)

According to reports, Clenney called the police from her opulent Miami, Florida, residence at 3131 Northeast Seventh Avenue. The police responded to the call at 5pm on Sunday, April 3, and discovered that her boyfriend had been stabbed once in the shoulder. Clenney then portrayed him as a "violent and threatening stalker."

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Prosecutors, however, argued that she was the main aggressor in the abusive relationship and that she ruthlessly killed him in a fit of wrath. Clenney's abundant earnings from her OnlyFans account were also briefly highlighted by the detective, who informed the court that she had millions in her bank accounts at the time of her arrest.

Quinan's motion alleged that throughout their relationship, Clenney often beat Obumseli, stabbing him in the leg once and piercing his lip with a knife once. By pointing out that Clenney had called security on Obumseli during a brawl in Las Vegas, Clenney's attorney, Frank Prieto, attempted to call into question the detective's tactics on Tuesday. He questioned why he hadn't noted the information in his notes. In addition, Prieto questioned a number of damning recordings Obumseli made during his numerous altercations with Clenney and that had been made public by the prosecution. “He knows he is being recorded, right?” he asked the detective. “If you know you’re being recorded you’re going to say what you want to say, right? That person has an advantage to know he’s being recorded, yes?”

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In one video clip made available by the prosecution, she can be heard yelling the n-word at Obumseli as he begs her to calm down. Clenney was being attacked the night of the murder, according to the defense attorney, and more evidence will show Obumseli's personal aggressions. On Wednesday, November 16, the afternoon session of the bail hearing is scheduled to feature testimony from a medical examiner.

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