pic 2This photo provided by the Hawaii Police Department shows Courtney Clenney. Law enforcement in Hawaii on Wednesday. Aug. 10, 2022 arrested social media model Courtney Clenney on a charge of second-degree murder with a deadly weapon. Hawaii County police said in a statement they assisted the U.S. Marshals Service as they arrested the 26-year-old on the Big Island. (Hawaii Police Department via AP)

Things are not looking up for OnlyFans Courtney Clenney accused of stabbing her ex-boyfriend to death. Following her extradition to Miami-Dale, Clenney was denied bail by a judge. She must remain behind bars awaiting trial in her second-degree murder charges. In April, Clenney was suspected of stabbing to death her ex-boyfriend, Christian Obumseli, in their luxury Miami apartment after a night of fighting.

Her defense team claimed Clenney was only defending herself. After her arrest, several months ago, Miami Police released a video footage showing Clenney striking Obumseli several times as they rode in an elevator.

pic 1

Neighbors of the couples told police they heard broken glasses, shouting and screaming coming regularly from Clenney/Obumseli’s home.

After stabbing her ex-boyfriend, Courtney Clenney, who goes by Courtney Taylor on social media and has over 2 million followers, fled to Hawaii where she was arrested and charged with second degree murder.

During questioning, Clenney said she did not stab Obumseli intentionally. She threw a knife that hit Obumseli in the chest. The medical examiner contradicts Clenney’s version of events. The chest wound on the victim is too deep to be caused by a thrown knife.

In court, her defense team argued for her charges to be redused to a manslaughter. Clenney’s lawyer said police cherry-picked text messages sent by Clenney to Obumseli.

The judge denied bail and set another hearing for September 6th. If convicted, Courtney Clenney faces life in prison.

Subscribe to Our Crime Newsletter

By Jolene Grace

Jolene Grace was a journalist for ten years, interning for CBS evening news, working as a beat report for Oklahoma Public radio, and eventually transitioning into managing digital content for a radio corporation. Currently, she writes crime fiction full time and blogs for the Crime Room. Jolene is fortunate enough to be able to tell the stories of those who no longer can. She’s passionate to write about cold cases being solved. You can read her blogs on thecrimeroom.com or listen to The Crime Room Podcast wherever in the world you happened to be. Let’s Talk Crime.

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *