OnlyFans model accused of boyfriend's murder called him N-word during fight before his death, prosecutors said
- Police arrested Courtney Clenney on suspicion of being connected with her boyfriend's death.
- Clenney is an OnlyFans model and Instagram influencer with over two million followers.
Courtney Clenney racially abused her boyfriend, who police have accused her of killing, in video and audio recordings the Miami-Dade Attorney's office newly released.
Police arrested the 26-year-old Instagram and OnlyFans star and charged her with second-degree murder in connection with her boyfriend Christian Obumseli's fatal stabbing in August.
Obumseli, who was a cryptocurrency investor, secretly recorded the pair during fights on his phone prior to his death. In the videos, Clenney can be heard screaming at Obumseli and hurling racial abuse at him, including the N-word.
"Shut up and let me fucking slap you, you dumbass," Clenney is heard screaming in one of the recordings NBC News aired.
The pair appeared to be arguing after Obumseli failed to tell her that he greeted a female friend while on a bike ride.
Clenney then hurls a racial slur. "You're a n-----. I want you to get away from me," she said, according to The Daily Beast.
In another cell phone-recorded video, Clenney asks her boyfriend "whether or not you are done gaslighting me."
Obumseli can be heard telling her, "You hit me," to which she responds, "Shut the fuck up, bitch."
Katherine Fernandez Rundle, the Miami-Dade State Attorney, previously released surveillance footage from inside an elevator in February, which she said appeared to show Clenney as the primary aggressor during a physical altercation.
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Clenney, who goes by the name Courtney Tailor on Instagram and OnlyFans, previously admitted to the stabbing, which took place inside a luxury Miami apartment in April.
Clenney's attorneys have claimed that the killing was in self-defense. Her attorneys, Frank Prieto and Sabrina Puglisi, told The Daily Beast that "snapshots of 'evidence' without any context will prevent our client from receiving a fair trial."
They said that it was clear that the pair were in a "toxic and dysfunctional relationship."
"She's not going to trial for her lifestyle, her previous arguments, or recorded rants. She is going to trial for defending herself," they said.
Two days before the killing, Clenney had contacted Miami police to report that Obumseli was stalking her. Her attorneys released footage of her crying and shaking while police interviewed her in the lobby of the luxury condo.
Obumseli's family previously told Rolling Stone that they believed the attack was unprovoked and that authorities were giving Clenney special treatment because she is a white woman and Obumseli was a Black man.
The couple was together for two years, during which time they had multiple altercations that led to police being called to their house in Austin, according to the Miami Herald.
Miami police released text messages from Obumseli's phone which made references to previous instances of domestic violence, including previous instances of Clenney allegedly stabbing him, The Mirror reported.
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