Yoga Twin Found Not Guilty Of Murder After Brutal Crash Killed Identical Sister

Feb. 2 2018, Updated 2:26 p.m. ET

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The “terrible yoga twin,” who was facing a murder trial for her role in the brutal car crash that killed her identical sister, has been found not guilty. has learned from a Crime Online report that a judge found Alexandria Duval innocent in the case, two years after her twin, Anastasia, died in Hawaii.

“It’s been an extremely emotional ordeal for her,” Alexandria Duval’s defense attorney, Birney Bervar told The Maui News. “You can’t imagine losing your twin sister in that kind of catastrophic, tragic accident, then being charged with causing the death of your sister, which she didn’t. She’s extremely relieved.”

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“I’m disappointed,” Maui County Prosecuting Attorney J.D. Kim said after Alexandria was pronounced not guilty. “The facts clearly show it was at least reckless behavior.”

As Radar previously reported, Alexandria and Anastasia were aggressively arguing inside their car in Honolulu, when they began pulling at each other’s hair. The violent fighting caused Alexandria – who was at the wheel – to lose control of the vehicle. She drove off a 200-foot cliff, injuring herself and killing her twin.

Various eyewitnesses told reporters that they saw the girls arguing, with one person even saying they had to swerve away from them on the road because they were not driving properly.

The identical sisters were known for their hip Florida yoga studios. They had been living in Hawaii, after moving there from Utah, for one year before the deadly car crash.

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