Horrifying details from OnlyFans ‘killer’ Courtney Clenney from neighbor who recalls ‘loud fights’ before boyfriend’s death

THE OnlyFans model’s neighbor who is accused of killing her boyfriend says they heard “loud banging” because Courtney Clenney’s boyfriend was found dead.

Aidan Nesvisky lived below Clenney’s and her boyfriend Christian Obumseli’s apartment in Texas earlier this year and claimed he could hear broken glass and shouting on several occasions.

Courtney Clenney's neighbor said he could hear the OnlyFans model and her boyfriend getting into violent fights on several occasions

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Courtney Clenney’s neighbor said he could hear the OnlyFans model and her boyfriend getting into violent fights on several occasionsPhoto credit: fox
Clenney faces second-degree murder charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of her boyfriend Christian Obumseli

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Clenney faces second-degree murder charges in connection with the fatal stabbing of her boyfriend Christian ObumseliPhoto credit: fox
The couple reportedly became so violent in their altercations that they were threatened with eviction from their Miami home

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The couple reportedly became so violent in their altercations that they were threatened with eviction from their Miami homePhoto credit: fox

The OnlyFans and Instagram star, known online as Courtney Tailor, has been charged with second-degree murder in connection with the fatal stabbing on Obumseli on April 3.

Nesvisky said the fight would get so bad that they once literally spilled into his apartment and recalled the time a tiger painting was thrown onto his tenth-floor balcony.

“Behind closed doors, we’ve just started hearing shouting and shouting. We don’t know who started it, why we didn’t get a lot of context,” he told Fox11.

“Occasionally we would hear glasses breaking or banging against the walls. Floors, not sure you know who did it.

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“I just want people to know that it’s been going on for a long time and definitely could have been stopped.”

According to Nesvisky, police were called to the couple several times while they lived in South Austin, but after they moved to Florida earlier this year, the violence only got worse.

Miami District Attorney Katherine Fernandez Rundle said the couple’s building is preparing for eviction.

“Clearly, the violent and toxic two-year relationship between Christian and Courtney did not have to end in tragedy with Christian’s murder as a victim of domestic violence,” Fernandez Rundle said in a news conference.

Nesvisky said that despite the constant screaming, the couple seemed “friendly and normal” most of the time, and he even attended a music festival with them.

“This is domestic violence. I mean if you hear something, see something, say something. You never know what happens behind closed doors. It’s a really sad situation and I think it could have been avoided in the end,” he said.

Clenney’s lawyer called the stabbing a case of self-defense: “We are confident that she will be exonerated and that Courtney will be seen for what she is: a victim of domestic violence who survived her perpetrator.”

DISTURBING ELEVATOR VIDEO

A new video showed Clenney allegedly attacking Obumseli just a month before his death.

The new video, according to Local10, comes from a private elevator and shows Clenney repeatedly punching Obumseli, sometimes in the head.

Obumseli tried to push them away, but Clenney was reportedly held as the main attacker.

The approximately one-minute video was shown at a press conference.

After her arrest in Hawaii, Clenney is scheduled to be transported back to South Florida, where Obumseli was murdered.

Clenney was arrested and taken to a mental institution after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend in her apartment.

She initially claimed to have defended herself, but her arrest was confirmed by her defense attorney, Frank Prieto, on Wednesday afternoon, the Miami Herald reported.

“I am completely shocked, especially since we cooperated with the investigation and offered to hand her over voluntarily if charged,” Prieto said.

According to Local10, both Clenney and Obumseli allegedly had a history of domestic violence and other issues.

Security at the apartment building where they lived had reportedly documented various incidents between the two.

The couple had reportedly split in March when Clenney kicked Obumseli out of her apartment, but resumed their romance in early April.

The Sun exclusively revealed Clenney’s growing legal woes when a warrant for her forfeiture was issued in Travis County on July 1.

She was originally booked in Texas on September 16, 2020 for drunk driving and her bail was set at $8,000.

The Sun previously revealed her mugshot, showing her with smeared eye make-up and tousled blonde hair as she pulled down a blue mask during the first Covid-19 pandemic.

Travis County files show that Clenney hired attorney Meril Anthes and a pre-trial hearing was postponed to June 24, 2022, which she appears to have skipped.

Disturbing elevator video appeared to show Clenney attacking Obumseli just a month before his death

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Disturbing elevator video appeared to show Clenney attacking Obumseli just a month before his deathPhoto credit: fox

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“This is domestic violence. I mean if you hear something, see something, say something,” said Aiden Nesvisky, who lived in the apartment below the couple in South AustinPhoto credit: fox

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