Courtney Clenney Crime Scene Photos: Newly unveiled photographs of Courtney Clenney depict the model drenched in blood, allegedly after stabbing her boyfriend, Christian Obumseli. This incident occurred in April 2022 following several documented altercations between the couple. Numerous media outlets have reported on their tumultuous relationship.
The images showcase Courtney Clenney barefoot, clad in a sports bra and sweatpants, with her attire soaked in blood. Miami prosecutors made these photographs public while pressing charges against the accused individual.
Although approximately seven months have passed since the tragic event, Miami prosecutors recently initiated legal proceedings and unveiled the pictures as part of the legal process. The snapshots captured Clenney shortly after the incident, wearing bloodstained sweatpants.
The pictures also reveal the disarrayed state of the apartment where Obumseli suffered a fatal stabbing. Blood splatters and trails cover the floors, indicating Clenney’s attempts to move the body. A knife was identified as the lethal weapon discovered at the crime scene.
Additional photographs display Clenney’s hands, feet, and garments saturated with blood. Investigators collected numerous DNA samples from the scene of the crime.
Accompanying the images, authorities released a torn-up letter from Obumseli to Courtney Clenney. The letter referred to her as “the sweetest and most annoying woman” he knew.
Courtney Clenney maintains that her actions were acts of self-defense. Her defense attorneys argued this point after she faced second-degree murder charges. According to authorities reports, Clenney voluntarily contacted the police on April 3, 2022, immediately following the stabbing incident.
During the 911 call, Courtney Clenney implored the paramedics to hasten to the apartment, saying, “Please, my boyfriend is dying from a stab wound.” While she did not explicitly admit to stabbing her boyfriend during the call, Obumseli can be heard crying out and stating, “I can’t feel my arm.” Courtney Clenney was subsequently taken into custody in September and transferred to a correctional facility.
In earlier court proceedings, it was revealed that Courtney Clenney had earned over $3 million since 2020 through her OnlyFans account and as a social media influencer with two million followers on Instagram. Prosecutors alleged that she transferred one million dollars to her father’s account following her boyfriend’s death.
Miami-Dade State Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle characterized the couple’s relationship as “volatile and contentious.”