Love cuts deep.
OnlyFans star Courtney Clenney – accused of killing her boyfriend in April – landed the fatal blow directly above a tattoo bearing her name, graphic case photos reveal.
Footage from the Miami coroner’s office seen by The Post shows a lifeless Christian Obumseli on an examination table with a long row of stitches above a cursive “Courtney” on his left pectoral muscle.
Clenney, 26, faces second-degree murder charges after he plunged the blade into his chest and severed a subclavian artery after an argument at their Miami condo.
The social media model, who has 2 million Instagram followers and boasted $3 million in earnings from OnlyFans since 2020, claims she stabbed the cryptocurrency trader in self-defense and has long been traumatized by her controlling behavior.
But Miami prosecutors say just the opposite, arguing that she chronically abused Obumseli, 27, both mentally and physically before the deadly confrontation.
Other images from the treasure trove offer stark glimpses of the couple’s tumultuous union, including blood-splattered love letters, intimate personal effects and Polaroid photos from more harmonious eras.
A photo shows what appears to be an item of clothing with several photos of Clenney’s face engraved on it.
Investigators also took photos of what appear to be marijuana buds, a rainbow-colored “ck sock” and several unidentified prescription drug bottles.
Several long love letters from Obumseli to Clenney reveal the depth of his devotion to her, despite their near-constant wars.
“Your angelic face, majestic vibe and captivating personality are all I have ever asked for, all I have ever needed from God,” he wrote in a lengthy ode to Clenney.
In another part of the letter, which has been torn in half and missing pieces, Obumseli desperately apologizes for “gaslighting” Clenney and disparaging his family.
“Sorry!!” Obumseli wrote, telling Clenney he was going after her because of his own insecurities. “It will never happen again. I PROMISE!”
Prosecutors have released several pieces of evidence from the case that they say reveal Clenney’s controlling and destructive role in the relationship.
She can be heard screaming hoarsely in several videos secretly recorded by Obumseli, calling her the N-word in one and telling her she wanted to kill him in another – just a month before he was murdered.
“I actually don’t have a good day where I literally, literally, fucking want to kill you,” Clenney said in the cellphone clip. “But you don’t take me seriously.”
Clenney’s lawyers argue that she killed Obumseli in an effort to ward off his attack, and that new evidence in the case will support that claim.
They are also pushing for Clenney to be released on bail pending trial.
Citing the $3 million she has earned from OnlyFans since 2020, prosecutors counter that she has the means and motive to flee her case and want her to remain behind bars.
A judge is expected to rule on whether she can be released on bail in the coming weeks.
“I swear Courtney,” Obumseli wrote in a note. “You are worth more than anything I could ever lose because of you.
New York Post