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Florida Man Dead After Allegedly Being Stabbed By OnlyFans Model Girlfriend
Miami Police said they responded Christian Obumseli's apartment around 5 p.m. on Sunday and found him suffering from an apparent knife wound.
A Florida man is dead after he was allegedly stabbed by his OnlyFans model and Instagram influencer girlfriend in the couple’s luxury high-rise apartment, according to local reports.
Miami Police responded to the couple’s apartment around 5 p.m. Sunday and discovered 27-year-old Christian Obumseli suffering from an apparent knife wound, according to a statement from police.
He was rushed to Jackson Memorial Hospital’s Ryder Trauma Center where he died from his injuries.
Police said a female was “located on the scene and interviewed by detectives,” but no one has been charged at this point in the investigation.
Police believe a “physical altercation” occurred between Obumseli and the woman before the fatal stabbing, but have provided no other details about what led to Obumseli’s death.
While authorities did not identify the woman by name, friends of the couple have said that Obumseli had been dating OnlyFans model and Instagram influencer, Courtney Clenney, 25, and described a volatile relationship between the pair, according to local media outlets WFAA and WPLG.
Oxygen.com reached out to Miami Police to learn more about the couple’s history, but did not receive an immediate response.
Friend Josh Ramsey described being shocked by the deadly incident to WTVJ.
“These are our two friends we’ve gone on vacation with, we go to dinners with, we go out on the town with them, and it seems like it’s straight out of a crime documentary,” he said. “We would have never guessed it would have escalated to this point. I think I speak for our whole friend group, we are just shocked. Very distraught about this.”
Ramsey described Obumseli as a “high-energy, bright, intelligent” guy who would “bring a smile to anyone.”
Clenney was reportedly taken to a hospital under the Baker Act—an act within the state of Florida that allows a person to be involuntarily committed for up to 72 hours—after she allegedly threatened to commit suicide, according to WPLG.