OnlyFans star accused of killing boyfriend ‘wanted for DUI after skipping court’

An OnlyFans star who is accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death has had a warrant issued for her arrest over a past DUI, according to reports.

Courtney Clenney, from Texas, US, maintains that she was acting in self defence when she knifed Christian Obumseli to death.

Miami prosecutors have reportedly re-opened an investigation into the death.

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The Sun are now reporting that a bond forfeiture warrant for her arrest was issued in Travis County, Texas, on July 1.

Clenney was initially booked in Texas in September 2020, for drink driving, as well as an unknown charge for installing an ignition interlock device in her vehicle, which measures alcohol level.

But her legal trouble doesn't stop there. The same title reports that she appears to have skipped a pre-trial conference hearing on June 24.

She also reportedly has an outstanding bench warrant for a 2015 arrest in California for public intoxication.

Court documents show that the case is still pending.

Police say she killed 27-year-old Christian Obumseli after an altercation in an apartment complex in Miami, Florida, in April.

"We know that there was a physical altercation between them before he was stabbed," a Miami PD spokesperson said at the time.

Cops found her boyfriend stabbed once in the shoulder at a luxury apartment that Clenney herself summoned them to, reports said.

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He was rushed to hospital but he succumbed to his injuries.

Friends of the couple said they were shocked by the death, but added that Clenney had been violent towards Obumseli in the past.

“We’ve seen her hit him," Ashley Vaughn said. "I’ve never seen him hit her."

“From what we’ve personally experienced between the both of them, we believe that Christian wouldn’t put her in a position where she would need to stab him to protect herself,” Vaughn added.

Shortly after the incident took place, it was ruled as an act of “self-defence”. Soon after, reports stated that the case was being reopened after a plea from Obumseli's family.

Lawyer Larry Handfield said: “All the family wants is an objective, fair investigation."

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