Alexandria Duval, New York, Killed her Twin Sister
This twin’s trouble returned on the double.
Alexandria Duval, 38, was arrested Friday in Albany, New York, on a murder charge for the death of her twin sister, Anastasia, earlier this year.
The Duval sisters were in a fatal car crash in May, when their SUV plummeted off a 200-foot cliff in Maui, Hawaii. Alexandria was behind the wheel. Anastasia died at the scene. There was no evidence of braking, and witnesses claim the sisters had been arguing prior to the crash and that Alexandria had deliberately steered the car off the cliff.
Alexandria was arrested for second-degree murder, but at a preliminary hearing, a judge ruled there was no probable cause and dropped the charges.
However, in October, a Hawaii grand jury indicted Alexandria for second-degree murder, according to The Associated Press. Maui police issued a warrant, and authorities tracked down Alexandria at an Albany home. She’s now awaiting extradition to Hawaii.
The sensational nature of the story caught the country’s attention. The twins, also known as Alison and Ann Dadow, were “known for their once glamorous lifestyle,” The Palm Beach Post wrote.
The two ran a successful yoga business in Florida and later opened a yoga studioin Park City, Utah. But financial problems and run-ins with police reportedly caught up with them.
From the Huffington Post