Chilling fights before boyfriend’s murder

Chilling fights before boyfriend’s murder

A neighbour of an OnlyFans model accused of killing her boyfriend has revealed the “loud fights” he heard before the couple’s relationship ended in a fatal stabbing.

Aidan Nesvisky lived below Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli’s Texas apartment earlier this year and claims he heard glass shatter and shouting multiple times, the US Sun reports.

Clenney, an OnlyFans and Instagram star known online as Courtney Tailor, is facing a second-degree murder charge in connection to the stabbing death of her boyfriend Mr Obumseli on April 3.

Mr Nesvisky, the neighbour, said he lived below the couple’s penthouse apartment for two years before they moved to Miami.

He said that the fights would get so bad, one time they literally spilt over into his unit.

He recalled a time when a painting featuring a tiger was thrown onto his balcony on the tenth floor.

“Behind closed doors, we just started hearing some shouting, yelling,” he told Fox11.

“We don’t know who was starting [it, or] why. We didn’t get a lot of context.

“Occasionally we would hear some glasses break and some banging on the walls, floors. Not sure, you know, who was doing it.

“I just want people to know that it had been going on for a long time, and it definitely could have been stopped.”

According to Mr Nesvisky, police were called on the couple several times when they lived in South Austin.

After the couple moved to Florida earlier this year, the violence reportedly only got worse.

Couple’s ‘toxic relationship’

Miami state attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said the couple’s building was preparing to evict them.

“The violent and toxic two-year relationship of Christian and Courtney clearly did not have to end in tragedy with Christian’s murder as a victim of domestic violence,” Fernandez Rundle said.

Mr Nesvisky said despite the constant screaming, the couple seemed “friendly and normal” a lot of the time and he even attended a music festival with them.

“It is domestic violence. I mean, if you hear something, see something, say something,” he said.

“You never know what’s going on behind closed doors. It’s a really sad situation and I think ultimately it could have been avoided.”

The second-degree murder charge against Clenney was announced after her arrest in Hawaii.

Clenney’s lawyer has called the stabbing a case of self-defence, saying: “We are confident she will be exonerated and Courtney will be seen for what she is: a victim of domestic abuse that survived her abuser.”

Disturbing elevator video

New video surfaced last week that showed Clenney allegedly attacking Mr Obumseli a month before his death.

The video came from inside a private elevator, according to Local10, and shows Clenney repeatedly striking Mr Obumseli, sometimes in the head.

Mr Obumseli tried to push her away, but Clenney has reportedly been pinned as the main aggressor.

The video, which is about one minute long, was shown at a news conference.

Following her arrest in Hawaii, Clenney is expected to be taken back to South Florida, where Mr Obumseli was killed.

Clenney was initially detained and taken to a mental institution after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend to death in their apartment.

Her arrest was confirmed by her defence lawyer Frank Prieto, the Miami Herald reported.

“I’m completely shocked, especially since we were co-operating with the investigation and offered to voluntarily surrender her if she were charged,” Mr Prieto said.

According to Local10, there was allegedly a history of domestic violence and other issues on the part of both Clenney and Mr Obumseli.

Security at the apartment building where they resided had reportedly documented various incidents between the two.

The couple had reportedly separated in March, with Clenney kicking Mr Obumseli out of their apartment, but they resumed their romance in early April.

The Sun exclusively revealed Clenney’s mounting legal problems as a bond forfeiture warrant for her arrest was issued in Travis County on July 1.

She was initially booked in Texas on September 16, 2020, for driving while intoxicated, and her bond was set at $US8000 ($11,460).

Mr Obumseli’s devastated family has called for Clenney to spend the rest of her life behind bars, their lawyer Larry Handfield said.

This article originally appeared on the US Sun and was reproduced with permission

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