NEW video footage has shown OnlyFans model and alleged killer Courtney Clenney sobbing in an interrogation room moments after she learned that her boyfriend died.
Clenney, 25, known as Courtney Tailor on social media, was arrested in August after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend, Christian Obumseli, to death at their apartment in Miami in April.
Police responded to a 911 call from Clenney on April 3 at around 5pm at a luxury apartment building in Miami, Florida.
There, they found Obumseli stabbed once in the shoulder. He later died of his injuries.
The new footage, exclusively obtained by Law & Crime, reveals the moment Clenney learned that Obumseli had died.
“Please God, please, please, God,” Clenney sobbed in a Miami Police Department interrogation room after the incident.
“God, Christian, be okay.”
Clenney then sobbed into a brown paper napkin, according to the video.
She’s then heard asking if someone will be in to talk to her soon.
“I’m sorry, I’m not trying to be like – I’m just, like, I, I just cannot believe the way my day went,” she said.
“It’s way worse than – I just really want to get to the hospital. Like, I desperately want to get to the hospital.”
An officer then tells her that she wouldn’t be able to see Obumseli as doctors were “still working” on and “taking care of him.”
“They’re working on it,” Clenney repeated. “They’re f***ing working on it.”
Two officers then begin conversing with Clenney, chatting about birthdays, walking her dogs, and why the couple moved to Miami from Texas.
“He wanted to move to London,” Clenney said of Obumseli.
“I wanted to move here.”
Clenney then asked again about Obumseli, to which one of the officers responded that doctors were “talking to him” and running further tests.
“Oh my god!” Clenney said. “So he’s not even – he isn’t going to have to have surgery?”
The officer then told her that it was too soon to determine.
Three hours later, Clenney received the news that Obumseli had died.
“So, we have to inform you that Christian did not make it,” the detective said.
“The doctors did what they could.”
“Christian is dead?” she said while clutching her chest.
“Oh, my God. This is not real right? Okay. Christian died?”
The officers again confirmed the news, and Clenney asked: “Can I please have a hug? Am I allowed to do that in here?”
One of the officers moved to give Clenney a hug but she then declined, saying, “I need to hug my mom,” and that she “cannot be left alone in, like, a room.”
She then begins insisting that Obumseli is still alive.
“That’s not. That didn’t – not. That’s not real right?,” she said.
“That is real,” one of the officers responded.
“Christian didn’t – Christian is dead?” she asked.
“Yes. They’re not going to lie,” an officer said.
Clenney replied: “I know. I just can’t believe it.”
At the time of the April incident, officers said that the violence was caused by a domestic dispute.
“We know that there was a physical altercation between them before he was stabbed,” a Miami PD spokesperson said.
Intense arguments were common in Clenney and Obumseli’s relationship, mutual friends of the couple told an ABC affiliate.
“We’ve seen her hit him,” Ashley Vaughn said. “I’ve never seen him hit her.”
According to the close friends, Obumseli had recently moved to the area and was living with Clenney at the One Paraiso apartment building, located in the Edgewater neighborhood of Miami.
Neighbors in the building have reported that the couple had a long history of domestic disputes and that local police often had to get involved.
Clenney was detained and taken to a mental institution after allegedly stabbing Obumseli to death, and was taken into custody in Hawaii on August 10 for the alleged second-degree murder with a deadly weapon.
She has previously had arrest warrants issued in Texas and California, with an investigation into Obumseli’s death launched in Miami, Florida.
Regarding her detainment by police, her lawyer Frank Prieto released a statement to the Miami Herald.
“I’m completely shocked, especially since we were cooperating with the investigation and offered to voluntarily surrender her if she were charged,” he said.
“We look forward to clearing her name in court.”
Clenney remains in custody in Miami where she awaits trial.