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Only Fans Model Courtney Clenney, Charged with Murder of Her Nigerian Boyfriend

Popular American onlyfans model, Courtney Clenney, has been charged with second degree murder over the brutal killing of her Nigerian Boyfriend Christian Obumseli.

Only Fans Model Courtney Clenney, Charged with Murder of Her Nigerian Boyfriend
Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli

Meanwhile, just 2months back, the model had viciously attacked her boyfriend in an elevator before she allegedly stabbed him to death recently

The video which was made public by the prosecutors on Thursday, shows Clenny slapping, hitting, and pulling Obumseli’s hair

as the 27-year-old desperately attempted to repel her attacks

However, on April 3rd, 2022, two months later, Courtney is accused of fatally stabbing Christian in their opulent Miami apartment.

Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli has been dating for 2years now.

After her arrest 2months ago, she was released after claiming self-defense.

However, subsequent evidence discovered by prosecutors suggests otherwise.

She was officially arrested on Wednesday and has been charged with murder.

Meanwhile, at a press conference Thursday afternoon, August 11, Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle revealed shocking evidence

in the case against Clenney, claiming Obumseli had been a victim of domestic violence that ultimately killed him.

See video of Onlyfans model, Courtney Clenney, attacking Nigerian-American boyfriend Christian Obumseli in the elevator

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Only Fans Model Courtney Clenney, Charged with Murder of Her Nigerian Boyfriend
Courtney Clenney

Further Projecting an illustration of a kitchen knife on a screen, Fernandez Rundle explained that on April 3,

Courtney Clenney stabbed Obumseli with a six-inch blade

that penetrated three inches into his chest and pierced his subclavian artery, killing him.

She said the medical examiner found that wound was caused by a downward stroke into Obumseli’s chest,

contradicting Clenney’s claim that she’d thrown the knife at Obumseli from about 10 feet away.

Beyond that, the prosecutor said, there were no signs on Clenney’s body

that she’d been injured during the altercation with Obumseli,

despite her telling police that he’d pushed her against the wall by her neck

and then shoved her to the ground.

Authorities also believe Courtney Clenney stabbed Obumseli between 4:33 pm, when he arrived home with sandwiches, and 4:57, when she called 911.

They further added that Clenney had been on the phone with her mother at the time of the stabbing.

Her mother on the other hand told authorities she heard the couple arguing while she was talking with her daughter.

About 10 minutes before Clenney called 911, but a building management had already called police alerting them to a disturbance in Clenney and Obumseli’s unit.

During Clenney’s 911 call, Fernandez Rundle said, Obumseli could be heard in the background repeatedly saying he was dying and that he was losing feeling in his arm. Clenney could be heard saying, “I’m so sorry, baby.”

Their friends painted a picture of Clenney as an aggressive partner with a history of alleged violence toward other men she’d dated,

and who joked about her persona as the “toxic girlfriend” as an excuse.

Meanwhile Authorities are in the process of extraditing Clenney from Hawaii to Miami. She has not yet appeared before a judge.