OnlyFans model Courtney Clenney was denied bond before her upcoming trial in the murder of her ex-boyfriend.
On Thursday, a judge denied Courtney Tailor, known as Courtney Clenney, a bond, keeping her locked up until her scheduled trial. State prosecutors argued that Courtney should remain behind bars because, with her income from OnlyFans, she could be a flight risk.
In 2020, Courtney made over $900,000 and more than $1.8 million the following year.
Courtney is being charged with second-degree murder with a deadly weapon in the stabbing death of her ex-boyfriend Christian Toby Obumseli. The model pled not guilty to the charges.
In a previous hearing, a Miami detective told the court that investigators initially believed the stabbing was in self-defense until more evidence was discovered.
The most important evidence found was a surveillance video showing Courtney attacking Obumseli in an elevator just two months before the stabbing.
Courtney claims she threw the knife at Obumseli from 10 feet away, however, the autopsy reveals he suffered from a knife wound three inches deep. Medical examiners say that type of injury is caused by forceful pressure.
Nevertheless, Courtney’s attorney Frank Prieto insists she was defending herself from Obumseli when the stabbing occurred and deserves a bond. He claims that she had been a victim of mental abuse and violence from her ex-boyfriend.