OnlyFans model Courtney Tailor’s boyfriend died after he was stabbed in their apartment.
She was sent to a mental health center after her partner, who later died, was found stabbed in the unit they shared.
A model for OnlyFans is said to have killed her boyfriend in their apartment before posting racy content on her social media pages, according to the New York Daily News.
US police say that Courtney Clenney, 25, who goes by the name Courtney Tailor on social media, killed 27-year-old Christian Obumseli. Clenney was detained and later taken to a mental institution, police say.
She called 911 on Sunday around 5pm at the high-end apartment building in Miami, Florida. Police came and talked to her. They found her boyfriend stabbed once in the shoulder there.
First Paramedics took Mr. Obumseli to a nearby hospital, where he died from his injuries, according to the US Sun.
There was a fight between two people at home that led to the violence, police said.
Miami Police Department spokesman: “We know there was some kind of fight between them before they were stabbed. We don’t know why.”
Mutual friends of Mr. Obumseli and Ms. Clenney told a local ABC TV station that the couple had a lot of heated arguments.
Ashley Vaughn said that they had seen her hit him. “I haven’t seen him hit her at all.”
There were a lot of close friends who said that Mr Obumseli recently moved to the area and was living with Ms Clenney at the One Paraiso apartment building in the Edgewater neighborhood of Miami.
In the building, neighbors say that there have been a lot of fights between the couple over the years, and that local police often have to help.
Police say that while Ms. Clenney was being held at the police station after she was stabbed, she threatened to kill herself.
This led to an evaluation, which made her “Baker Act.”
Florida has a law called the Baker Act that allows law enforcement, doctors, mental health professionals, and judges to send someone to a mental health center for up to 72 hours if they show signs of being violent or suicidal.
A mental institution has not yet said when Ms. Clenney, whose Instagram account has more than a two million following, will be released from the facility.
The content from her OnlyFans website was still up on April 4, even though she had been detained by the police on April 3.
At the moment, there are no charges against Ms. Clenney for the death of Mr. Obumseli. She did not do anything wrong.
Over $US64,000 has been raised so far for the family of Mr Obumseli.
It says he was killed one week before he turned 28.
“Christian was very kind and always wanted to help those around him,” the GoFundMe organizer said in a post.
In this case, he didn’t deserve for his life to be cut short by a violent act.
The investigation into the death of Mr. Obumseli is still going on.
Cousin: The cousin, who did not want to be named, was very emotional when The Sun called and said they are “devastated.” She has been consoling her family.
He died, and they have some information about how he died. She said that while they are grieving, they won’t say anything more because they are still trying to figure things out.