Courtney Clenney, the OnlyFans model who allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death in a Miami dispute, seems unkempt in a mugshot after being arrested for an earlier DUI.
The 25-year-old internet sensation, who has yet to be charged in the death of Christian Obumseli, 27, was scheduled to appear in court in June, according to The Sun.
According to court records, she was arrested on September 16, 2020, for driving while drunk and her bond was set at $8,000, plus an unspecified price for placing an ignition interlock device in her vehicle, which checks alcohol levels.
The Austin Police Department did not immediately provide details on the arrest, but according to Travis County papers, Clenney retained attorney Meril Anthes and a pre-trial conference was set for June 15, 2022.
It’s unclear whether she filed a plea before her court date.
During the pandemic, her blue mask was pulled down to her chin, and she had smeared eye makeup and unkempt hair in her mugshot.
In the shocking photo shot two years before her boyfriend’s untimely death, she looks to smirk slightly as she moves her gaze away from the camera.
According to court documents obtained by The Sun, she was previously sued by a lady following a car accident on the S Mopac Expressway in Austin on August 30, 2018.
According to Travis County court documents, she was accused of inflicting personal injury, property damage, and loss of use of her car by the plaintiff.
However, the plaintiff later dropped the case when all of the parties’ issues were “compromised and settled.”
Clenney and her boyfriend recently migrated from Austin, Texas to Miami, Florida, according to friends who spoke to several media sources.
On Sunday about 5 p.m., police responded to a 9-1-1 call from Clenney at their luxury apartment building. They discovered her boyfriend, who had been stabbed in the shoulder.
Obumseli was taken to a neighboring hospital by first responders, where he died from his injuries.
A marital argument, according to officers, was the source of the violence.
A Miami PD spokesperson added, “We know there was a physical argument between them before he was stabbed.”
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Clenney and Obumseli’s relationship was characterized by heated fights, according to an ABC affiliate.
Ashley Vaughn alleged, “We’ve seen her hit him.” “This is the first time I’ve ever seen him hit her.”
Obumseli had recently arrived in the area and was living with Clenney in the One Paraiso apartment building in Miami’s Edgewater district, according to close pals.
Clenney allegedly threatened to harm herself while being arrested at the police station following the attack.
According to police, the threat prompted an evaluation, which resulted in her being “Baker Acted.”
If specific aggressive or suicidal tendencies are demonstrated, Florida’s Baker Act statute empowers police enforcement, doctors, mental health experts, and courts to commit a person to a mental health treatment center for up to 72 hours.
Clenney’s Instagram account has over 2 million followers, but it’s unknown when she’ll be released from the mental facility.