Courtney Clenney, a well-known model on OnlyFans, allegedly committed a fatal stabbing of her boyfriend in their apartment. The incident occurred just before explicit content was shared on her social media account.
Influencer Courtney Clenney also recognized as Courtney Tailor on various social platforms, was apprehended and subsequently admitted to a mental institution after fatally injuring Christian Obumseli, 27, according to the authorities.
Law enforcement received a 911 call from Clenney on Sunday around 5 p.m., reporting the incident at a luxurious apartment building in Miami, Florida. Upon arriving at the scene, they discovered her boyfriend with a single stab wound to the shoulder.
Emergency responders swiftly transported Obumseli to a nearby hospital, where he tragically succumbed to his injuries.
Police stated that the violence resulted from a domestic dispute. Close friends of the couple revealed that intense arguments were frequent in Clenney and Obumseli’s relationship, with reports of Clenney physically assaulting him, while no evidence of him harming her was observed.
The friends further disclosed that Obumseli had recently relocated to the area and was residing with Clenney at the One Paraiso apartment building in Miami’s Edgewater neighborhood. Neighbors in the building reported a history of domestic disputes, often necessitating police intervention.
While Clenney was being detained at the police station following the stabbing, she reportedly made threats of self-harm, leading to a mental evaluation under the Baker Act.
Under Florida’s Baker Act law, individuals displaying violent or suicidal tendencies may be involuntarily committed to a mental health treatment center for up to 72 hours by law enforcement, doctors, mental health professionals, or judges.
It remains uncertain when Clenney, whose Instagram account boasts over 2 million followers, will be released from the mental institution.
Despite her detainment on April 3, OnlyFans content somehow managed to be posted on Clenney’s account on April 4.
As of now, Clenney does not face any charges related to Obumseli’s death.
A GoFundMe campaign for Obumseli’s family has already amassed over $64,000 in donations. The page highlights that he was tragically killed merely a week before his 28th birthday.
“Christian possessed an extraordinary level of compassion and a constant desire to uplift those around him,” wrote the organizer of the GoFundMe campaign. “His life was unjustly cut short by a brutal act of violence.”
The investigation into Obumseli’s death is currently ongoing.
A cousin of Obumseli, who wished to remain anonymous, expressed profound sadness when contacted by the Sun and shared that the family is devastated. While they have some information regarding his death, they are still trying to comprehend the entire situation and declined further comment as they mourn their loss.