OnlyFans Murder Suspect Courtney Clenney Shown Attacking Boyfriend Months Before Stabbing Him To Death In Newly Released Video

OnlyFans Murder Suspect Courtney Clenney Shown Attacking Boyfriend Months Before Stabbing Him To Death In Newly Released Video

The evidence against former adult content creator Courtney Clenney continues to grow. 

Never-seen-before-footage of the OnlyFans model turned murder suspect viciously attacking her then-boyfriend, Christian “Toby” Obumseli, two months before he was killed was released to the public on Thursday (Jan. 11). As you may recall, Clenney stabbed Obumseli to death in April 2022. Following the unfortunate incident, Clenney claimed that she killed Obumseli in self-defense. 

The now-27-year-old wasn’t arrested until months later in August of that year, which caused a social media uproar, with many, including the family of Obumseli, demanding that Clenney be held accountable for her actions. 

Reportedly, the newly released footage shows Clenney and Obumseli on an influencer trip in Aspen. A third party captured Obumseli repeatedly trying to avoid Clenney‘s blows toward him. During the heated exchange, Clenney yells at him in between hits, 

“And now why am I not sober? Because of you.”

Eventually, Obumseli tells her “You will never see me again.”

However, his statement and the unnamed person in the room recording the attack didn’t seem to faze Clenney, as the footage shows her continually slapping Obumseli.

The attack reportedly came after Clenney accused Obumseli of flirting with other women while on the trip. The recently exposed quarrel is sadly not the first of its kind. Just over a year ago, prosecutors released another video of a dispute that took place in an elevator seemingly around the same time as the Aspen incident. In the clip, Clenney allegedly strikes Obumseli while claiming that she fears him. 

The family of Obumseli is determined to prove, however, that Clenney was no victim. According to their civil attorney, Obumseli was the real victim in the volatile relationship. The legal professional stated, 

“She just is consistently this volatile and agitated individual when she’s triggered, and we see Christian, again, being the victim. He’s a victim of domestic violence, and it substantiates all of the other evidence we have in this case that he is victimized, and he loves her, and he maybe doesn’t even know he’s in this volatile situation.” 

Clenney has been in custody since her August 2022 arrest and is expected to appear before a judge for a status hearing on Friday, Jan. 12. 

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