A tragedy of negligence occurred in Miami on April 4th, 2022 when a Florida OnlyFans model allegedly stabbed her boyfriend to death.
Courtney Clenney, 26, and Christian Obumseli 28, arrived at the Miami high-rise where they lived together around 4:30 p.m. Shortly thereafter, noise complaints were made to the front desk attendant regarding the loud couple.
Security was notified of the disturbance but did not take action despite knowledge of Clenney’s history of past disturbances and mental health disorder.
According to a complaint filed last week by attorneys representing Obumseli’s estate, security personnel arrived at the scene and heard yelling through the door yet still failed to intervene.
By 4:58 p.m., Clenney had opened her door covered in blood with her dogs and Obumseli unconscious on the floor.
Obumseli’s attorneys say had building personnel or security performed their duties two minutes after they were first notified of the fight then Obumseli would have still been alive today.
The New York Post reported that police officers responded to the couple’s apartment nine times – including for a domestic disturbance call two days before this fatal encounter – yet no interventions were made prior to this incident that could have prevented it from occurring in the first place.
Clenney has pleaded not guilty to charges of second-degree murder in this case as her defense attorney Frank Prieto claims she was acting in self-defense against her boyfriend who was being abusive towards her throughout their relationship which lasted less than two years before this fateful day.
Additionally, Prieto alleges that his client is both a victim of domestic violence and human trafficking which may explain why she felt compelled to act out in such an extreme manner during this altercation with Obumseli on April 4th.
From various reports it is possible more could have been done by security guards at this luxury building -and law enforcement -to prevent what happened between these two individuals from occurring, however many questions remain unanswered.