25-year-old Courtney Clenney OnlyFans model was taken into custody and institutionalized and still not charged after stabbing 27-year-old Christian Obumseli
25-year-old OnyFans model, Courtney Clenney, known online as Courtney Tailor, has been taken into custody after stabbing her boyfriend, the 27-year-old Christian Obumseli.
Clenney shared a luxury apartment with Ombuseli in Miami, Florida, where the couple was often overheard arguing and fighting, as reported by neighbors. They’ve had a long history of domestic disputes that would escalate.
Officers responded to a 911 call at roughly 5 p.m. on Sunday. Clenney had made the call, and when police arrived at the apartment building, they found her boyfriend stabbed once in the shoulder.
Obumseli was transported to a hospital in the vicinity, but he succumbed to the wound and could not survive. Escalations in a domestic dispute resulted in this act of violence by Clenney, who was detained and later institutionalized in a mental health facility.
She was institutionalized after threatening to kill herself, which permits law enforcement, medical practitioners, and other relevant personnel to commit a mandated mental health treatment and evaluation for up to 72 hours.
Friends of the couple confirm that the couple often had intense, sometimes violent fights, where Clenney was the perpetrator, while nobody had witnessed Obumseli getting physically aggressive.
Obumseli had moved in with Clennery fairly recently, and the couple lived in the One Paraiso apartment building in Edgewater, Miami. Neighbors reported that they would often have loud, disruptive disputes that would result in the police being called and involved.
OnlyFans content, featuring some explicit scenes and footage, was accidentally uploaded to Clenney’s account the day after she was taken into custody. It’s unclear how it was uploaded or who did it, but it’s not sitting well with fans and the general public in light of the abuse and murder allegations against Clenney, who still has no charges against her.
If you or someone you know is struggling to escape a violent relationship, please reach out to Florida Domestic Violence Hotline: toll-free (800) 500-1119.
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