But after a hearing on the matter last month, Judge Laura Shearon Cruz denied the motion in a written order.
“Based on the evidence presented at this hearing, the Court does not find the defendant’s claim of self-defense on April 3, 2022 credible,” he wrote.
Clenny, who has made more than $3 million from the adult site since 2020 and has more than a million followers on Instagram, will now be behind bars as her case continues.
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The Miami State Attorney’s Office has slowly released evidence that points to the abuse and abuse of Clenny Obumseli.
He is reported to have threatened her life a month before the stabbing.
“I’m actually not having a good day trying to kill you,” he said on his cell phone on March 5. Taken by WSVN. “But you don’t take me seriously”
Clennie also called Obumseli the n-word in one exchange.
Prosecutors also released Obumseli’s letters to Clanny, where he repeatedly professes his loyalty to her and promises lifelong loyalty.
“There is no dispute that the defendant killed the victim in this case,” Shearon wrote in his order. “The only factual issue in dispute is whether the defendant acted in self-defense and whether that claim casts doubt on the State’s evidence. Obviously, the accused and the victim had an unfortunately volatile relationship.
Clenny’s attorney, Larry Prieto, said the additional evidence would help paint a more comprehensive and less one-sided picture of the deadly relationship.
Clenny’s father, Kim Clenny, testified at a bail hearing last month that he believed his daughter was a victim of abuse and believed he was there for her.
The star’s once-thriving OnlyFans account, which made him a millionaire, was closed after his arrest, he added to the court.