courtney tailor — the model who was covered in blood after her boyfriend was brutally murdered — got a temperature check on how the public feels about her… and it’s not good.
A video has surfaced showing someone filming a blonde woman in the lobby area of Miami’s Grand Beach Hotel on Friday night, with the cameraman saying he will NOT stop filming and arguing that this woman (who he believes to be Tailor ) does not have to be there. …especially since her BF, Christian Tobechukwu ObumseliHe was killed just a few days ago.
The person filming also makes his opinion on the matter clear, namely that he thinks Tailor may have been the one who did the stab …something CT has yet to be charged with by police or law enforcement at this point in the investigation.
Her IG caption also reads… “@mpdpolice does she strike you as mentally unstable like she says?” She is referring to the fact that Ella Tailor was committed to a mental hospital after threatening to kill herself when brought in for questioning. Clearly, she’s been released from that prison for almost a week…and she’s out of the house, not in custody.
Courtney’s Lawyer, tight frankconfirms to TMZ … yes, this is, in fact, his client, but he defends her being there, saying this is just one example of people throwing around theories without knowing the full facts.
He says, in part… Courtney was there that night with her father, who just wanted to show up and have a drink in private, which was interrupted by this woman who started filming.
Prieto also says this… “It is unfortunate that a member of the public, knowing absolutely nothing about the circumstances and events surrounding Mr. Obumseli’s death, would take the opportunity to harass the Clenney family during a time they are trying to to be supportive of Courtney.”
He also launches an explosive accusation, telling us that he believes Courtney is a victim of “physical, emotional, and mental abuse at the hands of Mr. Obumseli,” while suggesting she may even have been a “victim of human trafficking,” without elaborating much. plus.
Prieto also makes this clear: He believes his client was fighting for his life during the domestic disturbances that brought the police out that fateful day. He states: “At the time of the incident, Mr. Obumseli was committing a serious crime by force. He had entered Courtney’s apartment without permission on a number of occasions in the days leading up to this incident.”
He adds: “Courtney acted in self-defense; the investigation by both the City of Miami Police Department and the Miami-Dade State Attorney’s Office will conclude such a thing. With that said, we would ask for the public’s understanding of the observation of family privacy at this time.”
We have contacted the lawyer Lee Merrittwho is working with Christian’s family, for commenting on Prieto’s accusations of domestic violence and self-defense…so far, no response.
Of course, Miami police have not arrested Courtney on any charges thus far; it’s also unclear where they stand on the case…and what, if anything, may come of it in the end.