Murder of OnlyFans model’s boyfriend ‘could have been stopped’

Murder of OnlyFans model’s boyfriend ‘could have been stopped’

Murder of OnlyFans model’s boyfriend ‘could have been stopped’

Aidan Nesvisky (left) lived under Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli, and says the couple often got into destructive fights (Pictures: AP/Instagram/Courtney Clenney/Fox 7)

Aidan Nesvisky (left) lived under Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli, and says the couple often got into destructive fights (Pictures: AP/Instagram/Courtney Clenney/Fox 7)

A former neighbor of OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney, who was accused of stabbing her boyfriend to death, said the pair often got into heated and heated arguments.

Clenney, a 26-year-old OnlyFans and Instagram model, has been charged with second-degree murder in the April 3 fatal stabbing of her 27-year-old boyfriend Christian Obumseli.

Before moving to Miami, the couple lived in Austin, Texas in an apartment above Aidan Nesvisky, who detailed the disastrous fights he would hear on Fox 7.

A fight got so vicious that a tiger painting was thrown onto the balcony of Nesvisky’s apartment as the pair argued upstairs.

“Behind closed doors, we just started to hear screams, screams. We don’t know who was starting, why we didn’t have a lot of context,” Nesvisky said. “From time to time, we heard glasses breaking and others banging against the walls. Floors, not sure you know who did.

He added: “I just want people to know that I was going on for a long time and it definitely could have been stopped.”

Nesvisky said police were called to the couple multiple times while living in Austin — a troubling trend that officials say only continued with their move to Miami.

A four-month investigation into Obumseli’s death ended last week with Clenney’s arrest in Hawaii, where she was living in rehab for substance abuse and post-traumatic stress.

His attorney Frank Prieto did not deny stabbing Obumseli to death, but defended his actions in self-defense.

According to an arrest report, she said Obumseli pushed and threw her to the ground. She said she then grabbed a kitchen knife and threw it at Obumseli from about 3 meters away.

After Obumseli’s autopsy, however, a medical examiner said the wound could not have been caused by a knife thrown from that distance.

“Obumseli was the abuser, the worst kind of abuser,” Prieto said in a statement to The Associated Press. “He manipulated and abused Courtney privately when he thought no one was there.”

Shocking video footage taken in the elevator of the couple’s Miami apartment building just two months before Obumseli’s death appears to show Clenney as the attacker in a fight.

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The clip shows Clenney slamming elevator buttons before turning on Obumseli. She repeatedly hits Obumseli with her fists, sometimes hitting her head and pulling at her hair.

Obumseli can be seen in the footage trying to push Clenney off of him.

Officials have not shared what sparked the fatal argument between Clenney and Obumseli.

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