OnlyFans model Courtney Klein has been refused bail ahead of her trial for allegedly stabbing her boyfriend to death earlier this year.
Miami-Dade County District Judge Lauren Shearon Cruz denied the bond on Thursday morning after delaying a decision on whether to grant Clenny bond in November.
Klein was seen crying in the courtroom while wearing pink handcuffs before the judge made his ruling.
Clenny, 26, is charged with second-degree murder after allegedly stabbing her boyfriend, Christian Obumseli, 27, in the chest with a kitchen knife on April 3 at their luxury Miami apartment.
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He pleaded not guilty.
Florida prosecutors said he remains behind bars pending trial and is a flight risk because of the large amount of money he made from his social media account.
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According to prosecutors, Clenny earned $1,806,003 in 2021 and $966,692 in 2020. The social media platform allows influencers, models and others to charge users monthly to view raunchy photos and videos.
Clennie, whose real name is Courtney Tailor, also has a large presence on Instagram, with over 2 million followers.
A Miami police detective told a hearing earlier this year that investigators initially believed Klenney acted in self-defense. Clenny’s lawyers also argued that she was a victim of domestic violence and acted in self-defense.
He claimed to have thrown the knife at Obumseli from a distance of 10 feet, according to the arrest warrant. However, the medical examiner’s office found the knife had sunk three inches into his chest, which would have required significant pressure, according to officials.
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Assistant State’s Attorney Sean Abuhoff noted that Clenny had substance abuse problems and that some of his accounts of his relationship with Obumseli were inconsistent. Abuhoff also disputed that he assaulted his girlfriend.
Text messages sent before Obumseli’s death contained allegations of abuse and he described himself as a beaten man.
“Will love kill me?” he wrote to Clenny a month before his death.
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“Honestly, my face is feeling the same from the front and back,” she wrote. “I always think about the damn man, OK Christian, why did you take all of this, because you love him, because you love him from time to time. I tell you from time to time , please, you’re hurting me and you say yes, yes, but then it happens again. What if a knife cuts my lip and my beard doesn’t cut my tongue? My cheek? My eye? What could happen next time?”
Rebecca Rosenberg contributed to this report.