OnlyFans star Courtney Clenney fatally stabbed boyfriend Christian Obumseli above tattoo of HER name
Courtney Clenney, 26, is charged with second-degree murder after stabbing Christian Obumseli in the chest during an argument in their Miami condo
MIAMI, FLORIDA: OnlyFans star Courtney Clenney, also known as Courtney Tailor, was charged in April with murdering her boyfriend Christian Obumseli. Latest autopsy photographs after the horrible incident reveal that Obumseli, 27, was fatally stabbed just above a tattoo of Courtney's name.
A motionless Obumseli can be seen on an examination table at the Miami Coroner's Office in photos obtained by New York Post. His left pectoral muscle bears a cursive 'Courtney' written atop a lengthy row of incisions. Clenney, 26, is charged with second-degree murder after reportedly stabbing him in the chest and cutting a subclavian artery during an argument in their Miami condo. The social media beauty, who boasts 2 million Instagram followers and $3 million in revenues from OnlyFans since 2020, claims she stabbed the cryptocurrency trader in self-defense and was frightened by his domineering behavior for a long time.
Miami prosecutors, however, contended the exact opposite, saying that before the fatal altercation, she had been repeatedly abusing Obumseli both physically and mentally. Other items in the hoard, such as blood-spattered love letters, private belongings, and Polaroid photos from happier times, provide vivid glimpses into the couple's turbulent relationship.
A rainbow-colored 'c**k sock', marijuana buds, and many bottles of unidentified prescription drugs were also photographed by the investigators. Despite their frequent arguments, Obumseli still had the time to write lengthy love letters to Clenney that reveal the depth of his devotion to her. In one such lengthy letter to Clenney, Obumseli wrote, "Your angelic face, your majestic vibe, and your captivating personality is all I asked for, all I ever needed from God." He begs for forgiveness in a separate section of the letter that was cut in half and missing portions for "gaslighting" Clenney and demeaning her family.
"Sorry!! That will never happen again. I PROMISE YOU!," Obumseli stated, telling Clenney that he had been angry with her because of his own insecurities. A number of case-related items of evidence that, according to the prosecution, demonstrate Clenney's abusive and controlling behavior in the relationship have been made public.
Just a month before his murder, she can be heard yelling like crazy in multiple videos that Obumseli secretly taped. In one video, she calls him the n-word, and in another, she says she wants to kill him. In the video, Clenney can be heard saying, "I'm actually f*****g not having a good day where I actually, literally f*****g want to kill you. But you don’t take me seriously."
Clenney's attorneys, however, contend that she killed Obumseli to resist his attack, and new evidence in the court will back up their assertion. They are also appealing for the release of Clenney on bail, pending trial. Prosecutors argued that she has the means and desire to escape and want her to be kept in jail, noting she has earned approximately $3 million from OnlyFans since 2020. In the upcoming weeks, the court is anticipated to make a decision about whether she can be freed on bail.