Police say Alexandria Duval intentionally drove off a cliff to kill her identical twin sister Anastasia. Was it an accident or cold-blooded murder?
TWIN ENVY Friends describe Alexandria and Anastasia Duval as “super close” but “troubled.”

Anastasia and Alexandria Duval were virtually inseparable. The identical twin sisters finished each other’s sentences, enjoyed the same hobbies and interests, lived together and even worked together—operating yoga studios in Palm Beach County, Fla., and Park City, Utah. “Everybody knew them as extremely close,” recalls childhood friend Kimberly Keiser Henry. “They were never separated.”

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