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EXCLUSIVE VIDEO INTERVIEW: Twin Sisters Reveal Scary Encounters With Reality Show Murderer Ryan Jenkins

Aug. 31 2009, Published 5:55 a.m. ET

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Ryan Jenkins, the reality show contestant who murdered his ex-wife Jasmine Fiore before killing himself, was a sex-depraved monster who tried to pick up twin sisters just months after his wedding.

In an exclusive video interview with, the twins, Lisa and Michelle Hull, bikini models in Calgary, tell about their creepy encounter with the monster.

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The Megan Wants a Millionaire contestant desperately tried to pick up the bombshell sisters, lying to them that he was in an open relationship, even though he was a newlywed!

Michelle Hull told that she met Ryan through a mutual friend and gave out her phone number. She immediately saw his obsessive, lying qualities: "He started texting pretty much immediately," she told exclusively. "He said he lived with a female and had an open relationship."

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When the twins and Jenkins ended up in Las Vegas (separately) earlier this year, Jenkins texted the twins, who were celebrating a birthday, and asked them to come to his hotel. Michelle told "My sister and I stopped by. We then happened to notice there was a large Jacuzzi filled with bubbles and rose petals. He offered us champagne. It was a little uncomfortable.'

"He explained we were going to celebrate our  birthday 'Twin Style.' And that was not our style."

Michelle and Lisa stayed in touch with him through June, just weeks before he slaughtered Jasmine. And they tell how they were wary of him because of his creepy approaches and now realize their lives

were in danger.

Jenkins kept texting the twins, asking them to come over. By the end of June they received their final text request and ignored it. "If one of us had gone up there..." Michelle said, realizing now how lucky the sisters were to escape.



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