WEST PALM BEACH — Palm Beach County’s two Twin Power Yoga studios mysteriously closed in late March, and dozens of yoga fans have been left holding the bag!
The owners, impossibly blond identical twins Ann and Alison Dadow, have not returned calls or emails from irate customers as they open a new studio in Park City, Utah.
Oh, the sexy yoga instructors are visible online, mind you . . . among booking photos.
The Dadow twins, 35, are accused of conducting themselves like boozy terrors in the Salt Lake City area: Both were arrested this year in at least five separate alcohol-related incidents since November, according to Utah records!
It’s yet another Gossip Extra exclusive.
Former users of the Twin Power studio on Clematis (above Duffy’s) in West Palm Beach and Don Ross Road in Palm Beach Gardens say they have not being reimbursed for Twin Power Yoga memberships paid as much as a year in advance.
So, they’ve taken to Facebook to warn their Utah counterparts not to join the new studio.
The Dadows, by the way, opened in PBG in 2008 and WPB in 2011, when The Palm Beach Post saluted their “dogged commitment” to the area.
Gossip Extra, meanwhile, tracked down the not-so-Zen twins’ whereabouts in several jails throughout Utah.
Alison, according to court records, got arrested Dec. 9 after a car crash in Salt Lake City. Charges: DUI, fleeing the scene of an accident and driving without proof of insurance. A month later, on Jan. 10, she spend another night in jail. Charges: Disorderly conduct and public intoxication.
The cases are pending.
As for Ann, her latest brush with the Boys in Blue occurred March 21, 2014, near Ogden, Utah. Charges: Assault on a police officer, public intoxication, interfering with a police officer and disorderly conduct.
Records show she was also charged with public intoxication and interfering with an arrest on Nov. 14; DUI accident and driving with a revoked license on Dec. 22.
All of Ann’s cases are pending.
Neither twin has replied to emails for comment, and no one picks up the phone when we call their new studio in Park City.