Twins in murder mystery had ‘volatile’ relationship

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In this Oct. 12, 2011 photo, Anastasia, left, and Alexandria Duval, known as Alison and Ann Dadow before they changed their names, stand in the window of their yoga studio in West Palm Beach, Fla. (Thomas Cordy/The Palm Beach Post via AP) The identical twins’ SUV plunged off a 200-foot cliff on Maui, Hawaii’s rocky shore on May 29 during what was described as a hair-pulling fight over the steering wheel.

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He added: “Meanwhile, all around them, it’s total destruction. They seemed to not know they wanted to kill each other just minutes earlier.”

“She actually started hitting Alison [Alexandria] with the phone. I heard it … thump, thump, thump. They were both screaming at each other.”

Weiss dated Anastasia Duval at the time.

We’re just watching a movie.’” how are you doing?’ Alison had a bruise on her face. I asked them if they were OK, and they were like, ‘We’re good, we’re fine. “Both of them were sitting on the couch when I walked in, and they were like, ‘Hey …

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Alexandria Duval, 38, allegedly drove the sisters’ SUV off a cliff during a fight with Anastasia Duval, killing her twin.

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The sisters — nomadic yoga teachers who’d embark on new business schemes around the U.S. — changed their names from Alison and Ann Dadow to Alexandria and Anastasia Duval.

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“I once got a call from Ann [Anastasia] saying, ‘Get over here now … I’m going to kill her,’” Florida chef Keith Weiss told People.

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Alexandria Duval is charged with second-degree murder in the May 2016 slaying.

A blond yoga teacher accused of killing her twin sister in a bizarre Hawaii car crash had a “volatile” relationship with the dead woman.

The pair were always fighting, he said and the dust-ups were explosive.

“I get to their apartment and there’s broken glass everywhere from wine bottles and shattered glasses. There was blood everywhere, and the bedroom door was falling off its hinges,” Weiss said.

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