Taleon Goffney made a name for himself in two disparate professions - as a burglar who eluded police with amazing feats of athleticism, and as a gay-porn star appearing in online videos. Even stranger, police said, he rose to prominence in both worlds alongside his twin brother, Keyontyli, a fashion model with a blossoming career. The year-olds from Pennsauken were arrested this month while breaking into a South Philadelphia beauty shop, authorities said. They were charged with burglary and a host of other crimes. Taleon is being held in a Philadelphia jail, while Keyontyli is free after posting bail. A preliminary hearing is expected next month, authorities said.
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TWINS Keyontyli and Taleon Goffney have been arrested for allegedly breaking into area businesses by cutting rooftop holes to gain entry. Turns out, they were also just as skilled at breaking into their second, more respectable careers - as hardcore gay-porn stars. The year-old Goffney twins, both of New Jersey, were arrested Feb. They were charged with breaking into Moon's Beauty Shop at 9th and Washington streets in South Philadelphia and the adjoining Wings and More, using only a handsaw and ax to get in through the roofs of the establishments. On Feb. Chief Richard Slifer of Nether Providence said cash, cigarettes and condoms had been among the items taken.
Gay Porn Star Twins Charged In Crime Spree
The McPoyles are an inbred family known for their insatiable lust for milk. Twins Liam and Ryan are the most prominent members of the clan. An entire clan built from inbreeding, brothers Liam and Ryan proudly express their incestuous relationship with each other, along with their deaf-mute sister, Margaret.
The Nicholas Brothers were a team of dancing brothers, Fayard — and Harold — , who performed a highly acrobatic technique known as " flash dancing ". With a high level of artistry and daring innovations, they were considered by many to be the greatest tap dancers of their day. Their performance in the musical number "Jumpin' Jive" with Cab Calloway and his orchestra featured in the movie Stormy Weather is considered by many to be the most virtuosic dance display of all time. Growing up surrounded by vaudeville acts as children, they became stars of the jazz circuit during the heyday of the Harlem Renaissance and went on to have successful careers performing on stage, film, and television well into the s. The Nicholas Brothers grew up in Philadelphia , the sons of college-educated musicians who played in their own band at the old Standard Theater —their mother at the piano and father on drums.