OnlyFans model, Courtney Clenney was charged with murder after stabbing her boyfriend Christian Obumseli multiple times in their Miami home.
Clenney was detained in Hawaii and will be extradited to Florida, where she will arrive at court to face 2nd-degree murder charges for the death of Obumseli. She was at a rehabilitation center for drug problems when they arrested her in Hawaii.
The 25-year-old, OnlyFans model is likely to plead guilty after her lawyer stated a few months ago that she was acting in self-defense. Clenney’s lawyer even claimed that the couple was separated at the time of the stabbing.
Footage obtained by TMZ showed the aftermath of Clenney stabbing Obumseli. She was covered in his blood from head to toe.
According to the Miami Herald, both had been cohabiting for a couple of months at the apartment, where personnel kept in mind numerous residential cases and also attempted to evict them.
Legal Representative Larry Handfield, that stands for Obumseli’s family members, pressed authorities to resume the examination. He stated that police saw the pair on at the very least 4 events for residential phone calls and also kept in mind that Obumseli was never charged.
Clenney has had a warrant for her arrest since 2015 for being wildly drunk. Clenney is also wanted in Texas for a DUI in 2020.
Tshegofatso Pule was found stabbed and hanging from a tree in June, 2020. Pule was reportedly eight months pregnant when she died. This week Pule received Justice after her boyfriend, Ntuthuko Shoba was found guilty of her murder.
Shoba was found guilty of premeditated murder and two alternative counts of conspiracy to murder. Muzikayise Malephane, who’s currently serving a 20 year prison sentence for killing Tshegofatso Pule after he pleaded guilty claimed he had evidence about Shoba involvement in Tshegofatso Pule death.
The court found that Malephane evidence was clear and satisfactory. It was corroborated by other state witnesses and CCTV footage that shows Shoba walking out of the complex with Ms. Pule on the night she died.
In reading out the guilty verdict, Judge Stuart Wilson indicated that he rejected Shoba’s version of what happened when Ms. Pule left his residence on June 4th, 2020 as not reasonably possibly true, and he was satisfied that the State had proved its case beyond reasonable doubt.
Shoba will return to court on May 10th for sentencing proceedings.
A jury in Glynn County, Georgia, found all three men – Gregory McMichael, his son Travis McMichael and their neighbor William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. – involved in the killing of Ahmaud Arbery guilty on multiple counts of murder on November 24 for the killing of Ahmaud Arbery, a 25-year-old Black man fatally shot while out for a jog on February 23, 2020. Travis McMichael, the man who shot Arbery, was found guilty on all nine charges he faced. His father, Gregory McMichael, was found guilty on eight of the nine charges he faced. William “Roddie” Bryan Jr. was found guilty on seven of the nine charges he faced.
Daycare operator in Norfolk, Virginia has been charged for the murder of 2-year-old, Kaylee Thomas. The child was found unresponsive by 37-year-old Jessica Cherry. She was rushed to a nearby hospital where she was pronounced dead.
Cherry would babysit children at her home in Norfolk, Virginia. According to WAVY-TV, the home had a large front yard and modern playground equipment, but prosecutors allege that the daycare was unlicensed.
Last September, Cherry was arrested with felony attempted malicious wounding, two counts of felony abuse and neglect of a child, and two counts of felony child endangerment.
The coroner office classified Thomas death as a homicide. Cherry was charged with one count of second-degree murder.
Authorities discovered a camera in Cherry home. The camera was turned towards the television but through the reflection from the dark screen they allegedly saw Cherry abusing multiple kids.
Prosecutors used the surveillance videoin court as evidence.
Cherry is being held without bond and has pleaded not guilty to the charges against her. Her attorney did not immediately return PEOPLE’s call for comment.
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