OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney 911 calls released
- 911 Call captures Courtney Clenney pleading for help after allegedly stabbing Christian Obumseli
- Obumseli can be heard saying "I'm going to die. I can't feel my arms"
- Clenney apologizes to Obumseli, saying "baby I'm so sorry"
Clenney stabbed her boyfriend, Christian Toby Obumseli while on the phone with her mother
According to the affidavit, upon arrival, officers located the Defendant cradling the body of the Victim with an apparent stab wound to the chest. Chief Medical Examiner Kenneth Hutchins, M.D. determined that the cause of death was a stab wound to the chest, he found that the Victim was stabbed and that the knife punctured the subclavian artery in his right chest. The knife entered in a downward angle to the depth of eight centimeters.
- Clenney stabbed Obumseli in the chest, just inches above a tattoo of her name in cursive
- Photos show the apartment and Clenney covered in blood after the incident
- Clenney was seen kissing her dogs while wearing Obumseli’s blood
- Items photographed in the apartment include marijuana, prescription medication bottles, and a bloody knife
- she was on the phone with the mother at the time of the stabbing
- at that same time she was calling 911, neighbors began calling the front desk to report another disturbance
- first, she claimed she threw the knife from 10 feet away (medical examiner said this was not possible)
“I do not think that this was... I don’t know. I really don’t know. If this was justified at all.” — Courtney Clenney
- blood drops by kitchen island, “dripping to the master bedroom/bathroom and back into the living room
- guest bedroom, “puddle of coagulated blood and blood transfer on the wall, evidencing that the victim collapsed in this room before attempting to return towards the front door
- police arrived and she was cradling victim
- the amount of blood pooled at different levels throughout the apartment, two large pools show that he was bleeding out
Domestic violence and fighting defined their 2-year-relationship
- since November 2020, multiple incident of domestic violence on both sides
- at the time One Paraiso management was in the process of removing the couple from the building due to multiple complaints from neighbors
- moved in Jan, 2022 and immediately started receiving reports
- the day before Clenney requested a restraining order
- Clenney had previously stabbed Obumseli in the leg and sliced his lip before
- Security footage showed Clenney physically attacking Obumseli 2 months before the murder in the elevator
- Police had been called to domestic incidents multiple times when the couple lived in Las Vegas and Austin
- Friends and building staff described repeated domestic disturbances and the couple was facing eviction
- Prosecutors say Clenney and Obumseli had an "extremely tempestuous and combative relationship"
- Obumseli questioned in texts if "love was going to kill" him and mentioned her stabbing him
- Recordings show Clenney screaming at Obumseli, using racial slurs
- Surveillance video shows Clenney beating Obumseli weeks before his death
- Prosecutors argue Clenney was the primary aggressor in the relationship
- A mutual friend says Clenney was "extremely easily triggered"
- The friend says Obumseli never fought back against her frequent abuse
- But Obumseli's family disputes this, saying the attack was "unprovoked"
- A mutual friend said Obumseli would "just take the abuse from her"
A new video of Courtney Clenney fighting with Obumseli has been released
- Recently released video shows OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney beating up her boyfriend Christian Obumseli just weeks before she is accused of fatally stabbing him in April 2022
- The video was filmed in Aspen, Colorado in February 2022 and released by attorneys for Obumseli's family
- It shows Clenney punching and slapping Obumseli while accusing him of flirting with other women
Courtney Clenney’s Las Vegas Arrest (July 2021)
- The hotel room is shown in disarray after she allegedly threw a glass at Obumseli
- Obumseli is seen crying as Clenney is taken into custody
- The case was later dropped by prosecutors in August 2021
- Clenney told police she had thrown things at Obumseli in the past
Obumseli family claims white privilege for Cleeney
As a family, we strongly disagree with the ignorant and repulsive tweets from my then-high school aged brother that have recently surfaced. However, the tweets do not diminish our demand for a thorough investigation into Toby’s murder or negate the necessity for justice.
It’s been a week since my brother was brutally and senselessly killed. Courtney Taylor Clenney’s callous actions have not been met with an ounce of remorse. We’ve seen videos of Courtney kissing her dogs while covered in what we believe to be my brother’s blood and casually getting drinks at a hotel bar days later while my brother lays in the morgue.
The bottom line is inextricably clear: Courtney is being treated differently because of her privilege as a wealthy white woman. Within 24 hours following Toby’s death, the detective on the case prematurely concluded this was not a crime of violence. But the information provided is deficient and the lack of transparency strongly suggests foul play is involved. Courtney acknowledges that Toby did not have a weapon. She has no injuries to support her story of imminent danger. Additionally, Courtney still has yet to explain exactly what happened leading up to Toby’s murder. We have every reason to believe that his death was the result of unwarranted and unprovoked violence. We want to see that justice is served.
With family, you may not agree with every action or statement made, but it is my duty to zealously fight for my brother. No family should have to go through what we are experiencing. We have a long legal battle ahead of us to ensure justice is served. I need your support. My family needs your support. We cannot do this without community.
God bless you all.
- family claims she is getting off because she is a “rich white woman”, sources show that Obumseli dissed black women on social media