‘Killer’ OnlyFans star Courtney Clenney ‘wanted for DUI in Texas but SKIPS court after stabbing boyfriend to death’


‘Killer’ OnlyFans star Courtney Clenney ‘wanted for DUI in Texas but SKIPS court after stabbing boyfriend to death’

ONLYFANS star Courtney Clenney has had a warrant issued for her arrest over a past DUI in her home state of Texas – as the investigation into

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ONLYFANS star Courtney Clenney has had a warrant issued for her arrest over a past DUI in her home state of Texas – as the investigation into her boyfriend’s brutal stabbing continues.

Miami prosecutors have reportedly reopened the case involving the 26-year-old’s late partner, Christian Obumseli, after insisting she stabbed him to death in self-defense during a violent argument.

Miami police have reportedly reopened the case after Courtney Clenney was initially cleared
The former influencer was seen in a previous 2020 mugshot for her DUI
His family have hired a lawyer and are hoping she will be questioned again

The Obumseli family’s lawyer, Larry Handfield, claimed back on April 27, 2022, that Courtney Clenney would soon be arrested following his death on April 3, but records appear to show she is still a free woman.

Police have so far declined to comment on the open investigation.

Now, The Sun can exclusively reveal her legal problems are mounting – as a bond forfeiture warrant for her arrest was issued in Travis County, Texas, on July 1.

She was initially booked in Texas on September 16, 2020, for driving while intoxicated, and her bond was set at $8,000 – plus an unknown charge for installing an ignition interlock device in her vehicle, which measures alcohol level.

Courtney Clenney


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The Sun previously revealed her mugshot, showing her with smudged eye makeup and rumpled blonde hair, as she pulled down a blue mask during the initial Covid-19 pandemic.

Filings from Travis County show Clenney had retained attorney Meril Anthes, and a pre-trial conference hearing was moved to June 24, 2022, which she appears to have skipped.

The Sun has reached out to Anthes for comment but did not immediately hear back.

She also reportedly has an outstanding bench warrant for a 2015 arrest in California for public intoxication, and court documents show the case is still pending.

Property records show she previously rented apartments in West Hollywood and Marina Del Rey.

Clenney is believed to still be in Florida, although her family lives in Texas, where she is originally from.

This means she may struggle to return to her home state without being arrested. 

She was last seen in April 2022 in a video posted on Instagram of a stranger confronting her at the Grand Beach Hotel in Miami.

Her attorney in the state, Frank Prieto, confirmed it was his client.


In the brief clip, the blonde former influencer gets up to leave, as the woman filming can be heard saying: “Yeah, you should go.”

Then she adds the unfounded accusation: “Because you just killed your boyfriend… Yeah, you did.”

Lawyer Prieto defended Clenney being at the bar, saying that it was an example of people making up theories.

He told TMZ: “Courtney was there that night with her father, who simply wanted to pop in and have a drink in private – which was disrupted by this woman who started filming.”

She has not posted on Instagram since March 30, but her profile remains active and boasts over two million followers.

Her OnlyFans also remains dormant.


Prieto added: “It is unfortunate that a member of the public, knowing absolutely nothing about circumstances and events surrounding the death of Mr. Obumseli, would take the opportunity to harass the Clenney family during a time that they are trying to be supportive of Courtney.”

The attorney also said he believed Clenney was the victim of “physical, emotional, and mental abuse at the hands of Mr. Obumseli,” and also suggested she may even have been a “victim of human trafficking,” although he did not expand on this claim.

Prieto also claimed his client had been fighting for her life during the domestic disturbance on April 3, 2022.

Clenney was pictured handcuffed and drenched in blood moments after her boyfriend, Obumseli, was stabbed to death.

Shocking footage obtained by TMZ appeared to show her in a distressed state wearing a black crop top and white pants as she spoke to officers.

Police responded to a 9-1-1 call from Clenney on that Sunday, around 5 pm local time at a luxury apartment building.

There, they found her boyfriend stabbed once in the shoulder.

First responders transported Obumseli to a nearby hospital, where he succumbed to his injuries.


Officers said that the violence was caused by a domestic dispute and Clenney was immediately cleared.

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 told news outlets the couple had a long history of domestic disputes and there were multiple calls for police to intervene.

His family’s lawyer claims new information has come to light – including an ex-boyfriend who claims Clenney was abusive – while she had also previously made eyebrow raising public comments about her behavior with men.

Handfield also stressed that she wasn’t taken into custody despite allegedly having an open warrant in California.

“They never did a check,” he said.

“There are things that should have been done that weren’t done. How can you conclude that a person is innocent in a case like this in less than 24 hours? It’s shocking.”

Clenney was detained at the police station following the stabbing, where police say that she threatened to kill herself.

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Officers said the threat led to an evaluation, causing her to be “Baker Acted.”

Florida’s Baker Act allows law enforcement – as well as doctors, mental health professionals, and judges – to commit a person to a mental health treatment center for up to 72 hours if certain violent or suicidal tendencies are displayed.

Courtney Clenney insisted she stabbed her 27-year-old boyfriend Christian Obumseli in self-defense
Records appear to show Courtney Clenney is still a free woman and is believed to still be in Miami