‘I’m Going to Die’: 911 Call Reveals Chaotic Scene After OnlyFans Model Courtney Chenney Stabs Boyfriend, Killing Him

Newly released audio reveals the 911 call made by a Florida OnlyFans model who had just stabbed her boyfriend, WTVJ-TV reports.

On April 3, Courtney Clenney, who also goes by the name Courtney Tailor, called 911 after stabbing her boyfriend, Christian Obumseli, in his chest inside a Miami condo. Obumseli can be heard in the recording as Clenney talks with the operator.

“I’m going to die. I can’t feel my arms,” Obumseli says in the recording, according to the television station. “I can’t feel my arms.”

Clenney can also be heard offering an apology to Obumseli.

“Baby, I’m so sorry,” Clenney says in the recording, according to WPLG-TV. “My boyfriend is dying of a stab wound! Please God, please. Come save my boyfriend!”

Obumseli later succumbed to the injuries and police arrested Clenney in connection with this death in August on a charge of second-degree murder.

Authorities also recently released body camera footage showing Clenney talking with police on April 1, days before the fatal stabbing.

An employee of the condo building told officers that he called the police because Obumseli was loitering in the lobby after Clenney locked him out of the unit. The employee alleged that Obumseli charged at Clenney, according to the television station.

This was reportedly not the first time police had been called about the couple and management was in the process of evicting them.

In the video, Clenney had asked that a restraining order be imposed against Obumseli. Officers told Clenney that she had to request a restraining order in court and that they could not do anything because Obumseli reportedly lived in the unit and was not trespassing, as CrimeOnline previously reported.

Prosecutors have alleged that the couple had “an extremely tempestuous and combative relationship” and that it was Obumseli who was a victim of domestic violence, according to WTVJ-TV.

Clenney’s attorney, Frank Prieto, has said that his client acted in self-defense in the stabbing incident and that “Mr. Obumseli was the abuser.”

“She was in a struggle for her life. She defended herself, and unfortunately, he’s deceased, but she defended herself with every ounce of energy she had left,” Prieto told WPLG-TV.

He added, “I have photographs of her injuries.”

Clenney continues to be detained behind bars pending trial.

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[Feature Photo: Courtney Clenney and Christian Obumseli/Instagram]