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OnlyFans Model Courtney Clenney Told Christian Obumseli ‘I Actually, Literally Fucking Want to Kill You’


Almost a month ago Courtney Clenney accused of stabbing her boyfriend during a family dispute inside their luxury Miami apartment, the OnlyFans model made an ominous threat in another controversy.

“I really didn’t have a good day when I really, really wanted to kill you,” Clenney is heard saying in a March 5 cell phone video — not showing her face —WSVN’s first report. “But you don’t respect me.”

The Miami State Attorney’s Office says that on April 3, Clenney allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death. Christian Obumseli heart in an argument inside the 22nd floor apartment in the luxury building One Paraiso. Immediately after the incident, Clenney called 911 frenzy reported that Obumseli “had a stab wound on the shoulder” before finally admitting to police that she threw a knife at Obumseli from a distance of 10 feet in self-defense.

The post-mortem report later revealed that Obumseli had suffered “a stab wound to the chest… and the knife had punctured the subclavian artery”. Clenney has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder.

Both the defense attorney and the prosecutor agree that Obumseli was killed following a toxic relationship that included domestic violence allegations — each with different arguments about who was the real aggressor. the. But apparently without Clenney’s knowledge, her 27-year-old crypto-trading boyfriend recorded a number of their arguments before his death, including one that one could tell. heard her calling him a racial slur and another argument where she showed violent intentions.

Several videos, often obstructed by Obumseli’s hand or pocket, were questioned by Clenney’s defense during Tuesday’s hearing. Defense attorney Frank Prieto emphasized that the videos were made without his client’s knowledge — and although Obumseli may have chosen his words because he knew he was being filmed, Clenney thinks she She is talking privately with her boyfriend.

Clenney’s defense team previously told The Daily Beast that these “photographs of ‘evidence’ without any context would prevent our client from receiving a fair trial in which the evidence would show Courtney acted in self-defence.”

However, prosecutors tried to argue that Clenney’s screams were heard in many of the videos and that “a reasonable person screaming could expect that their neighbors would hear and can record it.”

Judge Laura Shearon Cruz appeared to hear both sides of the law, ruling that conversations recorded at normal volume were private—and therefore excluded from trial—but the conversations she had shouting “with all my might” is public and therefore acceptable.

Prosecutors are expected to use documented cases of the couple’s volatile relationship to show how the two always seem to get back together despite instances of abuse. serious use.

As The Daily Beast previously reportedText messages between the pair reveal several instances of Obumseli making abuse allegations against Clenney — including when she stabbed him in the leg so deep he couldn’t walk, he was hit his head so many times that he felt like he had a concussion and he needed stitches after getting cuts to his cheeks and chin.

“Will love kill me?” Obumseli texted Clenney on February 28, 2022. “I was scammed. I was called by that word again. I slapped my stitches yes [sic] reopened it several times and it didn’t recover fast enough. I was kicked out.”

However, Clenney’s arrest warrant states that on the day of the murder, the pair were having an unusually peaceful day before Obumseli left briefly to get some bread. At around 4 p.m., investigators said Clenney called Obumseli several times before going live on her Instagram.

When Obumseli eventually returned, the pair got into a fight and investigators say Clenney phoned her mother twice. Clenney later told police that Obumseli “grabbed her by the neck” and “smashed her against the wall,” according to court documents.

She said she was able to “get out” before she finally “launched” the knife at Obumseli when she said he ran towards her. Clenney called 911, saying that Obumseli was “having a stab wound and asking for help.”

During that call, [Clenney] could be heard in the background repeatedly saying he was dying and could not feel his arm,” the subpoena said, adding that she could be heard saying: “I’m so sorry sorry dear.”

Prosecutors on Tuesday said that Obumseli suffered a “downward and rightward” wound, roughly resembling a cut “through the body”. The hearing, which will decide whether Clenney can be released in a bond pending trial, will continue on Thursday.

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