25-year-old Courtney Clenney has reportedly stabbed her boyfriend 27-year-old Christian Obumseli to death over the weekend. Clenney has yet to be charged for his death because Miami Police Department is investigating if she acted in self defense. Which is putting social media into a frenzy because people believe if it was the other way around, Christian would have been arrested and charged for her murder.
It seems as though this story is being silenced. @CourtneyTailor killed her boyfriend Christian Obumseli Sunday night in their Miami apartment. She’s been baker acted so the news can’t release her name. It’s not confirmed whether or not she killed him in his sleep or if he 1/2 🧵 pic.twitter.com/VApRwt70a5
This led people attacking adult film star Courtney Taylor online who literally has nothing to do with the situation. People are mistaking the adult film actress with the only fan model because their names are similar. The woman who stabbed Christian to death has been identified as Courtney Taylor Clenney, who goes by (CourtneyTailor) on social media. The adult film star’s legal name is Courtney Taylor.
The adult film star Courtney Taylor recently spoke out about receiving death threats over Christian death and is currently trying to let people know that they are coming after the wrong Courtney.
An adult film star who starred in almost 290 movies has died at the age of 23.
August Ames, who was from Nova Scotia in Canada, reportedly died in Camarillo, California on Tuesday morning.
The exact cause of death currently remains unknown but police have said there is no indication of foul play, according to the AVN.
The Ventura County Medical Examiner’s Office confirmed Ames, whose real name is Mercedes Grabowski, had passed away but did not give a cause.
It is feared Ames may have taken her own life.
Her husband, Kevin Moore, is said to have expressed his sadness and asked for privacy.
He reportedly said: “She was the kindest person I ever knew and she meant the world to me. Please leave this as a private family matter in this difficult time.”
Ames’ death took place just days after she came under heavy criticism for saying she refused to work with men who have also appeared in gay pornography, someone she described as a “crossover” performer.
Ames was accused of homophobia on Twitter but sought to defend herself, saying she needed to have autonomy over her body.
“I don’t have anything to apologise for! Apologising for taking extra steps to ensue that my body stays safe? F*** you guys attacking me when none of my intentions were malicious. I f**king love the gay community! What the f*** ever! I CHOOSE who I have inside my body. No hate,” she tweeted.
She posted her last tweet the next day which simply read “f*** y’all.”
Ames has amassed more than 270 film credits since 2013 and was a nominee for this year’s female performer of the year for the forthcoming 2018 Adult Video News Awards in January.
Today Netflix announced Loving Adults , the first Danish language Netflix film starring award nominated Dar Salim (Black Crab, Borgen, Game of Thrones) and Sonja Ricther (Open Hearts, The Bridge, Department Q: The Keeper of Lost Causes). The thriller will be directed by the acclaimed director Barbara Rothenborg (White Sand, One-two-three now!, Sjit Happens) and produced by Marcella Dichmann for SF Studios, the production company behind Netflix original series Snabba Cash and Netflix first Swedish feature film Red Dot. Loving Adults is based on the novel Kærlighed for voksne by Anna Ekberg, which has been sold to 9 countries, including France, Italy and Spain.
Loving Adults is a thriller filled with twists and turns, and where nothing is what it seems to be. It appears that Christian (Dar Salim) and Leonora (Sonja Richter) have it all. They are living the perfect life with their son, who’s just been declared healthy after a long-term severe illness. Their future finally seems bright, but at a party at Christian’s entrepreneur company, Leonora sees her husband with a younger woman, the architect Xenia (Sus Wilkins). Leonora realises that Christian might leave her. How could he? How could he leave the woman who has sacrificed her career? The woman who has sacrificed everything to take care of their son and their family? On the spot Leonora makes a decision: She refuses to be the woman who got left behind – by all means necessary.
Barbara Rothenborg, director, says: “To me, Loving Adults is a dark and twisted, thrilling yet sexy film about what terrible things we men and women can end up doing to each other, if pushed too far… It’s about the very thin line between love and hate – and how jealousy and bitterness can bring out the worst in all of us. A subject matter I’ve always found extremely fascinating, and with my sensibility and visual style, and my general love for the genre, together with this amazing cast I cannot wait to bring this chilling story to life.”
Additional cast includes Sus Wilkins (Perfect Places, Below the Surface), Mikael Birkkjær (Borgen, The Killing), Lars Ranthe (Another Round, The Chestnut Man), Morten Burian (Speak No Evil, Ride Upon the Storm, Follow The Money), Benjamin Kitter (A Fortunate Man), Karoline Hamm (Equinox) and Natalï Vallespir Sand (The Protectors).
Lina Brouneus, director co-production & acquisition EMEA at Netflix: “We are thrilled to expand our growing Nordic film slate together with our longtime partners at SF Studios. With an unpredictable and fascinating story about love, jealousy and sacrifice and a team of some of Denmark’s most prominent talents led by Barbara Rothenborg and her unique visual style, we’re confident that our members will be gripped by our first Danish language feature film.”
Marcella Dichmann, producer: “There are a lot of reasons why I am super excited to do this project. First off, I simply love the script for Loving Adults. Secondly, it feels amazing to produce the first Danish language feature film for our long term partners at Netflix.”
Loving Adults recently started production and will release globally on Netflix in 2022. The film will also broadcasted on TV 2 in Denmark at a later point.