Security stood outside Courtney Clenney’s apartment for 12 minutes as she fatally stabb3d her Nigerian boyfriend

A tragic incident occurred at a luxury Miami apartment complex involving OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney and her boyfriend, Christian Obumseli. According to a lawsuit filed by Obumseli’s estate, security at the high-rise building was notified of a fight inside the couple’s 22nd-floor unit but reportedly took no immediate action. They stood outside the apartment door for 12 minutes, during which time Clenney herself called the police to inform them that she had fatally stabbed her boyfriend.

The lawsuit claims that building security was aware of Clenney’s history of past disturbances in the unit and common areas, her erratic and aggressive behavior, and her recently diagnosed mental health disorder. Despite this knowledge, they allegedly did nothing to intervene or prevent the tragic outcome.

Obumseli, 28, and Clenney had moved into the One Paraiso apartment complex in January 2022, and they quickly became known to building staff and security. The lawsuit alleges that the police had responded to the apartment on nine different occasions, including twice on the day they moved in. Additionally, footage reportedly shows Clenney confronting Obumseli in a building elevator months before the fatal incident.

Clenney’s co-counsel, Frank Andrew Prieto, refuted the amended complaint filed by Obumseli’s lawyers, asserting that Clenney acted in self-defense due to alleged mental and physical abuse by Obumseli. He stated that the complaint fails to include certain details that do not fit the narrative of the defense.

The suit also reveals that the person who owned the unit where Clenney and Obumseli lived had begun the eviction process in response to multiple complaints from other residents. However, the process was halted after Clenney disclosed that she had recently been diagnosed with a severe borderline personality disorder and had started taking medication.

Obumseli’s father, Chio, representing his son’s estate, has sued Clenney, One Paraiso, related parties, and the security company responsible for the property, claiming that they could have prevented the tragic outcome. Clenney, 26, has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with her boyfriend’s death. Her defense attorneys have hinted at a history of abuse by Obumseli and revealed that she had obtained a restraining order against him shortly before the attack.

This heart-wrenching incident highlights the complexities of domestic violence and mental health issues, sparking legal proceedings and intense debate about accountability and responsibility for preventing such tragedies.