Nothing good ever comes from wigger relationships.
Florida police say a 27-year-old Miami man died of a knife wound
to the chest Sunday — as video shows his Instagram model
girlfriend was spotted soaked in blood, wearing handcuffs and
being questioned by investigators.
But so far, there have been no charges.
Christian Tobechukwu Obumseli suffered "an apparent knife wound"
in a domestic violence incident before first responders rushed
him 2.5 miles away to the Ryder Trauma Center at Jackson
Memorial Hospital, Miami police said in a statement. He was
pronounced dead at the hospital.
A lawyer for his girlfriend, Courtney Clenney, said she was
FLORIDA MOM, BIKINI MODEL, DEFENDS FAMILY IN GUNFIGHT DURING
ARMED HOME INVASION
Video showing the aftermath of the altercation obtained by TMZ
appears to show a distraught, blood-covered woman in handcuffs
sitting on a balcony, speaking with police. The front of her
white sweatpants is stained red, as are her arms, chest, stomach
Authorities said they had interviewed a woman who was involved
in "a physical altercation" with Obumseli and that homicide
detectives were investigating. A law enforcement source told Fox
News Digital that Clenney was taken to a hospital under the
Baker Act for a mental evaluation.
"The Clenney family is devastated by the events leading up to
the death of Christian and send their deepest sympathies to his
family, friends, and loved ones," said Frank Prieto, Clenney’s
attorney. "Clearly, none of this was intended and Courtney is
struggling mentally with the aftermath of what occurred that
The Miami-based WPLG 10 reported Friday that friends of the
couple described "a very rocky relationship" — although the
sources gave conflicting stories about who might have been the
Prieto said that 1 in 4 U.S. women are victims of domestic
violence, as well as 1 in 9 men.
"As Courtney struggles with the pain of being a survivor of
domestic violence and the aftermath of the events that evening,
we ask that the community and Christian’s family allow the
police and the state to conduct their independent investigation
of the events," he said. "This is a tragedy for all involved but
it was not criminal conduct; Courtney was defending herself and
the investigation will reveal exactly that."
Police said the incident happened in the luxury apartment
building El Paraiso, at 3131 NE 7 Avenue.
The couple reportedly broke up last month, according to the
Miami Herald, and Obumseli allegedly began sleeping in the
building’s common areas.
Then on April 1, Miami police were dispatched to their apartment
for a separate domestic call, the paper reported, citing local
law enforcement sources. The officers found bruises on Clenney’s
arms and legs, but no one was arrested.
Lee Merritt, a prominent civil rights attorney representing
Obumseli’s family, did not respond to multiple requests for
Clenney uses the name Courtney Tailor on Instagram and OnlyFans,
where she boasts more than 2 million followers.
Obumseli would have turned 28 next week, according to a GoFundMe
fundraiser set up by his brother.
"He did not deserve for his life to be cut short by a heinous
act of violence," the brother, Jeffrey Obumseli, wrote.