Courtney Clenney is accused of the stabbing death of her boyfriend, 27-year-old Christian “Toby” Obumseli. According to police, they had responded to a domestic violence call at the model’s Miami apartment the night Obumseli was killed.
 
Clenney’s attorney, Frank Prieto, said during a news interview that the couple had a “toxic relationship,” 25-year-old Clenney acted in self-defense, and no charges should be filed against her.
 

“Where is the evidence that Courtney stabbed and killed my son in self-defense?” Toby’s mother, Chio Obumseli, asks in an exclusive interview with Dr. Phil airing Thursday.
 
Obumseli’s cousin, Karen Egbuna, and attorney, Larry Handfield, also say they question Clenney’s self-defense claim. Hear why in the video above. And, find out what they claim several people who were close to Obumseli and Clenney report about Clenney’s behavior.
 
On Thursday’s episode, "Miami Model Stabs Boyfriend to Death Exclusive: His Family Speaks," hear how Obumseli’s family claims they have been treated since their loved one’s death – and what they want to see happen to Clenney. Check local listings to see where you can watch.

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