OnlyFans star should die behind bars for knifing lover to death his family say

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The family of a bloke killed by his OnlyFans model girlfriend are saying the woman should spend the rest of her days inside prison.

Courtney Clenney, 25, has been charged with second-degree murder after the death of her boyfriend, Christian Obumseil, 27.

The attorney for Obumseil's family, Larry Handfield, say that the family are glad the 25-year-old was charged with the murder nearly four months after the OnlyFans alumni stabbed the 27-year-old in the chest on April 3.

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The stabbing of Obumseil took place in a luxury apartment complex in Miami, United States, with a defence attorney for Clenney claiming the 25-year-old had acted in self defence.

Defence attorney Frank Prieto claimed Clenney used self-defence after Obumseil had been stalking her for several weeks and that she was forced to stab him.

Prieto added that the two-year relationship between Obumseil and the Instagram model had been "tumultuous" and hit its breaking point when the 27-year-old grabbed Clenney by the throat.

In a statement released by Obumseil's brother, Jeremy, the family said that his killing warrants "equal justice" and that the arrest of Clenney was a "collective victory," Daily Mail reported.

He wrote: "Despite the disregard and injustice my family experienced, the Miami-Dade State Attorney's Office arrest and charging of Courtney Clenney for the murder of my brother".

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Jeremy continued: "This was not an act of self defence. Toby was a victim of domestic violence. He was unarmed when Clenney brutally stabbed him in the chest from behind.

"Toby did not have to die. His killing warrants equal justice under the law."

Jeremy added that the support of those following the trial had "carried me through the darkest time" and that Clenney's arrest was "a small collective victory in an ongoing fight for justice for Toby and fights against both domestic abuse and systematic racism."

He added: "I'd truly give anything in the world to have Toby alive today. He didn't deserve this and no one else does."

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