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Double Dcup Twins Captured For Beating The New Girlfriend Of Their Ex With A Frying Pan! (Video)

Double Dcup Twins Captured For Beating The New Girlfriend Of Their Ex With A Frying Pan! (Video)

by December 19, 2019 0 comments

Twins With Twins!
By: Tommy “Tj” Sotomayor

The second twin sister accused in a frying pan attack was captured Wednesday in Clayton County.

Kyra Faison, 19, was arrested at a motel in College Park, the sheriff’s office announced in a public advisory. Her identical twin sister, Tyra Faison, has been in custody without bond since Monday, when she was found at an undisclosed location in Morrow.

Tyra FaisonPhoto: Clayton County Sheriff’s Office

Both are accused of attacking a woman who was dating Kyra Faison’s ex-boyfriend, Paul Mouton. The woman told Clayton County police she was beaten with a frying pan, punched and dragged out of Mouton’s apartment after the sisters kicked in the front door. 

Mouton was also taken into custody Wednesday on a charge of boarding a prisoner, according to the sheriff’s office. 

MORE: Twin sisters wanted in violent frying pan attack in Clayton County

According to a police report obtained by AJC.com, the 20-year-old victim was attacked Dec. 10 inside Mouton’s apartment in the Hampton Downs complex off Mt. Zion Boulevard. She told police the sisters “jumped” her. 

She was punched in the face before one of the girls grabbed a frying pan and beat her with it, according to the report. The woman said she was then dragged outside, where the sisters allegedly continued punching her.

On her way out of the door, the victim told police her car keys and cellphone fell out of her pocket. The sisters grabbed her keys and phone before they drove away, she said.

During the alleged attack, Mouton walked out of the apartment. The victim, who said she knew the Faison twins, had only been dating the man about two weeks, according to the report. 

Authorities also took Paul Mouton, Kyra Faison’s ex-boyfriend, into custody Wednesday. He was present for the Dec. 10 frying pan attack, according to Clayton County police. Photo: Clayton County Sheriff’s Office

Officers responding to the apartment early that morning found the woman bloodied, bruised and covered in dirt. They also found damage to the front door and a frying pan with a broken handle on the floor of the dining room.

One of the investigators “tried to speak with (Mouton), but he did not want to state what happened,” the officer said in the report. 

Both Tyra and Kyra Faison are facing charges of burglary, aggravated assault, aggravated battery, robbery and criminal trespass. Kyra is also charged in a pending misdemeanor case in Clayton County, records show. 

Kyra Faison did not appear in court for a scheduled hearing Dec. 11, one day after the frying pan attack. She has pleaded not guilty to charges of reckless conduct, theft by receiving stolen property and firing a weapon.