OnlyFans Model Accused of Murder Threatened To Burn Down Teen's House: Cops

Photo: Miami-Dade Corrections

Courtney Clenney, the OnlyFans model accused of stabbing her boyfriend Christian Obumseli to death, is now accused of more disturbing actions in a police report.

According to documents obtained by NBC 6, Clenney, who goes by Courtney Tailor on her social media platforms, allegedly threatened to burn down a Texas teenager's house after he rejected her drunken advances months after her partner was slain at their luxury high-rise apartment in Miami.

Deputies with the Travis County Sheriff's Office responded to an incident in an Austin neighborhood on June 16, 2022. An 18-year-old claims he was walking around when he was approached by a woman, identified as Clenney, walking her dogs. The OnlyFans model told the teen she was drunk and asked him to walk her home, according to the report.

Soon after the 18-year-old agreed to walk her home, Clenney began making sexual advances toward the teenager.

"So they sat there, and she’s like, 'kiss me,' and he's like, no,'" Jovan, the 18-year-old's father, told reporters. "'If you don't kiss me ... I’m gonna burn the house. I’m gonna burn that s**t down.' That's what she said — 'I'm going to burn that s**t down.'"

The dad claims he got a text from his son, who said he felt uncomfortable with Clenney, and Jovan reportedly came outside to confront her. The social media influencer allegedly belted curses at the father and even shoved him during the encounter, the report states.

Deborah Clenney, Courtney's mother, told the responding deputy her daughter wasn't supposed to be drinking and apologized for her behavior, according to the sheriff's office. The report revealed Clenney recently moved back in with her parents and would be entering outpatient treatment for alcohol soon.

Deputies noted Clenney had watery eyes, a strong odor of alcohol, and was "stumbling everywhere" as described by Jovan. She denied shoving the father during the drunken incident.

Jovan said he didn't press charges, adding that he didn't know Clenney was accused of killing her boyfriend at the time.

"If I knew what I learned the following day, I would have pressed charges," Jovan said. "I would have, I promise you. I didn't know."

Clenney was arrested in August of that year in Obumseli's murder and was extradited from Hawaii to South Florida. She's currently in custody for second-degree murder and is awaiting trial.

Her parents were arrested last week for allegedly illegally accessing Obumseli's laptop following his murder.

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