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OnlyFans Model Called Nigerian-American Boyfriend N-word Before Fatally Stabbing Him – REPORT


Courtney Clenney, the OnlyFans model accused of murdering her Nigerian-American boyfriend, is said to have used the N-word in a verbal outburst that he recorded months before she fatally stabbed him, according to TMZ.

On April 3, Clenney fatally stabbed Christian Obumseli during a domestic dispute at their Miami luxury apartment. Obumseli had been recording his partner’s verbal outbursts on his cell phone prior to his murder. The recordings from the deceased man’s phone have since been obtained by police, and they will be used as evidence in Clenney’s murder case.

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Clenney is heard using racial slurs on Obumseli while she yells and curses at him for not informing her that he said hello to a lady during one of the verbal exchanges. Clenney repeatedly calls Obumseli the N-word, and a voice that appears to be Obumseli’s is heard apologizing.

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Clenney can be heard yelling at Obumseli, telling him to “man up, bitch,” and threatening to physically attack him as she orders him to locate and charge her phone.


Police were called to the couple’s apartment two days before the fatal incident after Clenney claimed Obumseli attempted to assault her. Clenney, who appeared visibly upset at one point, requested a restraining order against her boyfriend. She fatally stabbed him two days later, officials said.

Clenney flew to Hawaii in the aftermath of the fatal incident. Her lawyer, Frank Prieto, claimed she sought treatment for substance abuse and post-traumatic stress disorder at an island rehabilitation center. On August 10, authorities arrested her in Hawaii and extradited her to Miami. She is now facing second-degree murder charges.

Although Clenney’s attorney claims she acted in self-defense, Obumseli’s family believes he did not pose a threat.

Prieto told TMZ that the audio recordings “make it very clear the two were in a toxic and dysfunctional relationship, from which Courtney had asked for help from both police and her family to leave.”

“She will not stand trial because of her lifestyle, previous arguments, or recorded rants.” “She is going to trial for defending herself against a violent fight with her ex-boyfriend, in which she feared for her life; Courtney is a victim of domestic abuse,” Prieto added.

“Snapshots of ‘evidence’ without context will deny our client a fair trial, where the evidence will show that Courtney acted in self-defense.”



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