The tragic death of Courtney Tailor’s boyfriend has caused confusion, as she is accused of his death.
Courtney Tailor who is known as an IG model had been placed under a mental facility after she stabbed her boyfriend.
Courtney Tailor is Well-known and loved model and influencer from Miami, Florida, who has an OnlyFans and 2 million Instagram followers. She is said to have stabbed her boyfriend, Christian Tobechukwu Obumseli, to death.
The tragic and unexpected occurrence happened on Sunday night at the One Paraiso luxury condominium in Edgewater, located at 3131 Northeast 7th Avenue. As said by Miami Police, they responded to a complaint of a man being stabbed at the building.
And they discovered the 27-year-old victim, who was brought to a local hospital but died from his injuries. The incident is said to be a domestic conflict by police, and Tailor is being kept for mental examination.
The police spokeswoman reported that, the suspect was taken into custody at the scene and then brought to a mental health facility under Florida’s Baker Act.
The law authorizes a police officer, judge, or mental health expert to commit a person involuntarily for a 72-hour examination. As a result, her true identity was kept a secret.
Courtney Tailor, the girlfriend of Christian Tobechukwu Obumseli, is suspected of murdering him.
According to a GoFundMe campaign set up by the victim’s family to collect money for funeral and legal fees, he had celebrated his 28th birthday just a week ago, writes News Week.
They have collected $60,000 as of now. His friend and family are still in shock and said that the incident seems like straight out of a crime documentary series.
A user on Twitter said that cops are not disclosing her name in public because she has been using the Baker act law.
The Baker Act is a Florida law that allows relatives and loved ones to offer emergency mental health care and temporary detention for those who are unable to assess their treatment requirements due to mental illness.
People who require the Baker Act have frequently lost their ability to control themselves and are more likely to damage themselves or others.