The news comes from audio recovered during the murder investigation.
A judge ruled evidence that is public record in Courtney Clenney's murder case -- like her OnlyFans content -- can be allowed at her trial for killing Christian Obumseli.
The family of Christian "Toby" Obumseli say their faith in the justice system has been restored now that Courtney Clenney has been charged.
Courtney Clenney was finally arrested for the fatal stabbing of boyfriend Christian Obumseli.
Clenney was never arrested let alone charged with a crime and her lawyer, Frank Prieto, is playing around in Black people's faces by calling it "justice" that his client hasn't been arrested and implying that any other citizen would receive the same treatment.
Christian "Toby" Obumseli was stabbed to death by his white girlfriend, Courtney Clenney, years after he posted on social media how much he believed that white women were superior to Black women. Clenney, in turn, fetishized Black men before she killed him.
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