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November 16, 2022

According To Prosecutors, OnlyFans Star Courtney Clenney made $3 Million From The Site Before Killing Her Boyfriend

Prosecutors say the Florida OnlyFans star killed her boyfriend in April and earned over $3 million since 2020.

In 2021, Courtney cleared $1,806,003 from the adult site and $966,692 in 2020, according to the Miami State Attorney’s Office.

In August, Clenney made another $327,221.

Khalil Quinan, the prosecutor, argued in the legal papers that Clenney’s millions made her a flight risk.

The 26-year-old claimed she made the payment to hide her assets after killing cryptocurrency trader Christian Obumseli with a stabbing.

As prosecutors played the 911 call Clenney made as Obumseli, 27, lay dying in court Tuesday, Clenney sobbed.

According to Miami detective Yermaine Briceno, he initially believed Clenney killed Obumsli in self-defence, but new evidence convinced him otherwise.

According to Briceno, Christian was always trying to calm the situation down. “Based on the messages. It was always he who got hurt. As a result, the defendant was unable to control herself and injured him.”

Using the name Courtney Tailor on OnlyFans, Clenney claims that she killed Obumseli in self-defence.

She is, however, accused by prosecutors of being the primary aggressor in the toxic relationship, murdering him in a fit of rage.

According to the detective, Clenney had millions in her bank accounts when she was arrested due to her bountiful earnings from her OnlyFans account.

During their relationship, Quinan claimed that Clenney repeatedly stabbed Obumseli in the leg and sliced his lip with a blade.

On Tuesday, Frank Prieto, Clenney’s attorney, attempted to poke holes in the detective’s methods, noting that Clenney called security on Obumseli during a fight in Las Vegas and asked why that detail wasn’t recorded.

Prieto also questioned several damaging recordings Obumseli made during his frequent fights with Clenney.

In response to the detective’s question, he asked, “He knows he’s being recorded, so he’s going to say what he wants to say, right? That person has an advantage to know he’s being recorded, doesn’t he?”

According to prosecutors, she calls Obumseli the n-word as he pleads with her to calm down.

According to the defence attorney, Clenney was attacked the night of the slaying, and additional evidence will reveal Obumseli’s aggression.

A medical examiner will testify during the bail hearing on Wednesday afternoon.


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