Clenney called 911 at 4.57 p.m. Per the affidavit, she was heard on the call saying, “I’m so sorry, baby,” and a man could be heard in the background saying he couldn’t feel his arm and he was dying.

(Meanwhile, neighbors had called building security to report a disturbance, and security subsequently called 911 as well at 4:46 p.m.)

Clenney told police that Obumseli had shoved her against the wall by the neck, then threw her to the ground. According to her, Obumseli had pushed her against the wall by the neck, then she threw her down onto the ground. 

Noting that she ultimately provided police with “several inconsistent accounts” of events, the arrest affidavit states that Clenney also told police, “I really don’t know if this was justified at all.” Investigators also noted that she didn’t have any injuries to indicate she was attacked.