OnlyFans’ alleged killer Courtney Clenney was due in court for impaired driving


A sexy social media celebrity accused of fatally stabbing her boyfriend was scheduled to appear in a Texas court for impaired driving at the time of the murder, according to a report.

OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney, 25, called 911 after she allegedly stabbed her former boyfriend Christian Obumseli, 27, to death in Miami on Sunday April 3.

Clenney – better known as Courtney Tailor – was drenched in blood wearing a black bra when police arrived, although she has not yet been charged with a crime.

Clenney’s story includes an arrest on Sept. 16, 2020, in Austin, Texas, for driving under the influence, according to court documents obtained by The Sun. She is scheduled for a pre-trial on June 15. Bail for the prosecution was set at $8,000 and she was forced to install a locking device on her car to measure her blood alcohol level, according to the report.

Courtney Clenney in her mugshot.
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Clenney's history included a past DUI charge.
Clenney’s history included a previous DUI charge.
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The photo of the incident depicts a Clenney far different from the curvaceous swimsuit model who courted 2 million followers on Instagram.

Her cloudy eyes, surrounded by smudged makeup, look away from the camera as a medical mask dangles haphazardly around her chin. Clenney’s hair in the mugshot is slightly tousled, not the dramatic, flowing blonde locks draped around her body in her Instagram posts.

Clenney allegedly claimed to be suicidal after Obumseli’s murder and was placed in a mental institution as a precaution, officials said. The two have a history of domestic disputes, according to friends.

Cops have more than enough evidence to make an arrest, said Lee Merritt, an attorney hired by Obumseli’s family.

The couple had a history of domestic disputes.
The couple had a history of domestic arguments, friends said.
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Court documents also show Clenney was sued by a Texas woman and charged with causing injury.
Clenney was sued by a Texas woman for a car accident in 2018.
Instagram / @courtneytailor

“Our office has been consulted by the victim’s family and we have begun a thorough review of the case,” he wrote Thursday on Instagram.

“Based on a cursory review of the evidence, there appears to be more than sufficient probable cause to make an immediate arrest for Obumseli’s death. Any further delay by the authorities continues to compromise the integrity of the investigation into this case.

Court documents also show Clenney was sued by a Texas woman and charged with causing injury, property damage and loss of a vehicle following a car accident in Texas in 2018, reported the Sun. But the plaintiff dismissed the lawsuit after the incident was settled out of court.



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