Hilo, HI: OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney, 26, was charged with using a deadly weapon on August 10 following the death of her lover Christian Obumseli, 27, on April 3. Second-degree murder. Hawaii County Police said in a statement that they helped the U.S. Marshals Service detain the OnlyFans model in Laupahoho. Police reportedly used a warrant issued by Miami-Dade County, Florida.
A four-month investigation into Obenseli’s death led to an arrest. According to the Miami Herald, on the afternoon of August 10, the model’s defense attorney, Frank Prieto, mentioned that Clenney was undergoing rehabilitation in Hawaii for substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder, confirming the model was arrested, who was believed to be suicidal after being killed and had previously spent time in a mental hospital.
“I’m totally stunned, especially considering we’re helping with the investigation and we’ve offered to have her appear if she’s charged,” he declared. “We look forward to clearing her in court,” he continued. Karenney, also known as the Courtney Tailor, is being held at the East Hawaii Detention Center and will appear in Hilo District Court on Aug. 11, according to reports.
details of the murder
Clenney, who has 2 million Instagram followers, is accused of stabbing Obumseil in the chest on April 3 following a clash at an apartment complex in Miami’s posh Edgewater district. As previously mentioned, Clenney reported to the police at 5 pm on April 3 that her partner had been stabbed in the shoulder.
According to Kenney’s lawyer, Obenseli grabbed her by the throat, forcing her to stab him. He insisted that the two had been estranged at the time of the incident and that Obenseli had been hunting her in the weeks leading up to the attack. Her friends also claimed she was abused in a relationship with her deceased partner. However, Obenseli’s family and friends dismissed her legal team’s claim that she was a “victim of domestic abuse”. In an earlier interview with Rolling Stone, Prieto said: “She tried her best to provide first aid; she called 911. She was covered in blood to save his life.