Courtney Clenney Pleads Not Guilty to Second Degree Murder


The latest court case involving Courtney Clenney involves the death of her boyfriend Christian Obumseli. Clenney has pleaded not guilty to second-degree murder in Miami. She argues that she was a victim of domestic abuse. Her defense team claims that the incident was not her fault.

Christian Obumseli
Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle has revealed shocking evidence in the case against Clenney. In video footage released by the prosecution, Clenney is seen pushing and kicking Obumseli. He is wearing a white bra top and plaid loungewear pants. The video also shows Clenney briefly holding Obumseli’s head in a headlock and then pushing him with his hand.

The state attorney’s office said the two had a “tempestuous” relationship before the fatal stabbing. NBC News obtained the recordings from the Miami-Dade state attorney’s office. But the office does not have the exact dates on which the recordings were made.

Clenney’s attorney, Frank Prieto, has said that Clenney was the victim of domestic violence and acted in self-defense when she stabbed Obumseli on April 3. Although he declined to comment on the details in this article, he did state that he was preparing to use every available resource in order to defend his client against the murder charge.

The two had been dating since early 2020. They met in Tulum and were living in the Riverview neighborhood by fall 2020. The two had two children together. They were both in the same building at the time.

Courtney Clenney’s relationship with Christian Obumseli
Courtney Clenney has made headlines for the latest development in her relationship with Christian Obumseli, the man accused of fatally stabbing his girlfriend on the day he was arrested. The two had been involved in a domestic dispute that led to the stabbing of Obumseli. A video of the attack has gone viral, showing Clenney covered in blood.

The video shows Obumseli attacking Clenney in a lobby in Hawaii. Clenney’s attorney said it shows that Obumseli had a history of physical abuse. Clenney was arrested while in rehab in Hawaii. She and Obumseli often fought, and the building managers considered evicting them.

Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli were living together for two years. The two had separated several times, but he moved back in on April 1. Courtney Clenney called the police to report the incident. She was drunk when she reported it.

Christian’s cellphone records also show that the two were arguing, and Courtney yelled at him. She even called him the “n-word” repeatedly. Christian Obumseli has apologized for his actions. The audio clips also show Clenney threatening to slap the victim.

While Miami-Dade prosecutors will try to present evidence of a violent abuse, defense attorneys have emphasized that Clenney acted in self-defense and that the video shows the killing to be an accidental accident.

Bodycam footage of Clenney complaining about Obumseli
Bodycam footage shows Courtney Clenney complaining about Obumseseli. Clenney claims Obumseli tried to follow her into the elevator and she blocked him from coming up. When she returned, she said she wanted to call her lawyer and get a restraining order. When she did not receive one, she contacted the police.

Courtney Clenney’s boyfriend Christian “Toby” Obumseli posted videos and audio recordings of arguments with his model girlfriend Courtney Clenney. The videos and audio clips show Courtney using racial slurs and belittling Obumseli in public. If the videos are true, Clenney is facing a second degree murder charge. Courtney was a social media star with millions of followers. She even posted X-rated content on her OnlyFans page.

Police said Clenney did not tell the operator about the stabbing. The audio shows she was distraught after the stabbing. She later denied the charges and claims it was self-defense. Clenney’s defense attorney says the video shows she was put in a dangerous situation and was unable to escape.

Self-defense narrative of Clenney
Courtney Clenney’s self defense narrative may be shaky at best, according to the Miami-based criminal defense attorney Albert Levin. The model claimed that she had attacked her boyfriend from about 10 feet away, but an autopsy revealed that she had struck him in the head at close range. However, her defense may be supported by bodycam video, which shows a security guard stepping between Clenney and Obumseli. She said Obumseli had stalked her for a week and even slept on her couch, which is why she claims to have acted in self-defense.

Courtney Clenney repeatedly called police after she was allegedly attacked. The surveillance footage shows her crying and shaking in the lobby. The recording date is April 2. The video shows that neighbors complained about the loud arguments between Obumseli and Clenney. A security guard at the building called the police and said Obumseli pushed Clenney against a wall and then lunged at her from about 10 feet away.

While the affidavit states that Clenney acted in self-defense, her attorney claims that the charges against her are an absolute injustice.

Evidence at crime scene
State attorneys released surveillance video in February showing Courtney Clenney as the main aggressor in the death of Christian Obumseli. Courtney, also known as “Courtney Tailor” on Instagram, has admitted to stabbing her lover, but says she acted in self defense. Courtney contacted Miami police two days before the killing and said she was being stalked by Obumseli. Her lawyers have released video footage of her crying in the police interview.

Clenney dated the Nigerian businessman for two years before the attack. The two lived together in a luxury condo in Miami. Their relationship was highly strained. Their relationship had been problematic, and the two argued that they were treated differently by the community. Several tenants of the building complained about Clenney and her behavior. The property manager of the One Paraiso Residences, where they lived, recorded complaints made by residents on two floors above the two women.

The new photos of the crime scene show evidence of a murder weapon and blood. Photos also show a blood trail from the elevator to the apartment unit. Courtney Clenney has a large following online and uses the pseudonym “Courtney Tailor” on social media. She has over 2 million followers on Instagram and an active audience on the subscription site OnlyFans, where she posted naked images.

The investigation is ongoing. The motive for the killing of Clenney is still unknown, but there is evidence of physical abuse at the scene. Clenney is accused of stabbing the victim with a kitchen knife, but the medical examiner said that the wound likely occurred from a “downward strike” of the kitchen knife. The knife was bloody and left a hole in the victim’s chest.

Attorney’s request to dig up body
An attorney for the OnlyFans model, Courtney Clenney, wants a medical expert to examine her boyfriend’s body. Clenney is awaiting extradition to Miami on charges of second-degree murder. She allegedly threw a knife at her boyfriend 10 feet away. Courtney Clenney said she was acting in self-defense when she stabbed her boyfriend.

The defense has been trying to keep this case in the media by making statements to the local news and making statements to the media. The court hearing on Clenney is scheduled for Thursday and the judge will issue a ruling in her favor. Until then, Clenney remains in jail.

Attorney’s request to dig up body of Clenney’s ex-boyfriend has been denied. The judge denied the request because of lack of information. However, the State Attorney’s Office said it is not known if she will allow the exhumation of the body.

The defense argues that the video of the incident shows Obumseli being abused by Clenney. A security guard recorded the incident on body cam footage and was able to intervene to protect Clenney. The security guard then called 911 after the attacker charged at Clenney. The defense has not responded to a request for comment.

The video also shows Obumseli calling Clenney a n-word. This footage was released by the prosecutor’s office. During the investigation, she posted content on her OnlyFans page. The page was later deleted. However, Clenney’s Instagram account remains active. The last time she shared images on the account was 19 weeks ago.

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