Courtney Clenney, an onlyFans model, made more than $3 million through the website. According to the prosecution, this makes her a flight risk who should be detained in custody until her murderer, Christian Tobechukwu “Toby” Obumseli, is brought to justice.
Through the end of August of this year, Clenney, who goes by the name Courtney Tailor on OnlyFans, earned $327,221. She had previously made $1,806,003 from the subscription service in 2021 and $966,692 in 2020.
The Miami State Attorney’s Office disclosed the information in a motion opposing Clenney receiving any release or bond, citing that she sent her father $1,184,000 following the fatal stabbing of Obumseli in April after an argument in the couple’s Miami high-rise.
According to the prosecution, it may have been a flimsy attempt to conceal her riches while the investigation went on.
Clenney has entered a not-guilty plea to the allegation of second-degree murder.
The former Instagram star said she stabbed Obumseli in self-defense and acknowledged doing so. The subclavian artery of Obumseli was punctured by the stabbing wound, which was three and a half inches deep.
Prosecutors described his fatal wound as “downward and to the right,” implying that it was a “cross-body” cut.
According to his defense team, Clenney was frequently the aggressor in their arguments and stormy relationship, which was supported by Obumseli’s family, who demanded justice while maintaining her innocence.
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Miami Detective Yermaine Briceno spoke in court on Tuesday about his change of heart on the case.
I discovered that Christian was always attempting to defuse tension, said Briceno. “based on the texts and all other information. He was the one who always suffered harm. And the defendant is the one who lacks self-control and could harm him.”