"Terrible yoga twin" Alexandria Duval, is facing a murder trial after she drove off a cliff in Hawaii, killing her identical sister. The 39-year-old is charged with second-degree murder and has pleaded not guilty after the deadly car crash.
As RadarOnline.com has learned from a report, the incident occurred in Maui in 2016, after the yoga twins were driving on the island and got into a brutal hair-pulling argument.
A local resident claimed he saw the sisters fighting violently in the car minutes before the accident. Another local said that he also witnessed the brawl and even had to swerve away from them on the road.
During the fight, Alexandria lost control of the steering wheel and drove off a 20-foor cliff. Her sister, Anastasia Duval, was killed in the passenger seat.
According to the report, autopsy results showed that Anastasia had "long, loose blond hairs," in her hands at the time of her death.
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After the brutal accident, Alexandria was released, since a judge in the case found no likely cause for a murder charge. She was arrested again just months later in New York after a grand jury arraigned her.
Alexandria's ex-boyfriend Keith Weiss told authorities that he had seen the yoga twins fight many times before, adding that hey always had a toxic relationship with "so much drama." Weiss claimed that they would constantly pull each other's hair and pinch each other!
Anastasia and Alexandria Duval – born Ann and Alison Dadow – had popular yoga studios in Florida. They also worked in Utah and later moved their practice to Hawaii, were the deadly incident occurred.
The judge is expected to reach a verdict in Alexandria Duval's murder case later this week.
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