Don’t inappropriately text the Morris twins’ mom — they have a particular set of skills, skills they have acquired over a very long career. Skills that make them a nightmare for people who inappropriately text their mother, Thomasine. If you stop, that’ll be the end of it. They will not look for you, they will not pursue you. But if you don’t, they will look for you, they will find you, and break your nose.
…then flee the scene in a Rolls-Royce Phantom. (A dead giveaway when you’re a pair of identical 6’10” 25-year-old millionaires in Arizona.)
[AZ Central] Phoenix police say Marcus and Markieff Morris put those words into action when they and three others committed felony aggravated assault against a man the 25-year-old twins learned had sent “inappropriate” text messages to their mother.
Apparently “inappropriate” means “a secondhand interpretation of text messages that could be construed as sexual in nature. According to the victim, Erik Hood, an acquaintance of the Morris twins told the two about Hood’s relationship with their mother, and all three confronted Hood (who was with another woman) at an area basketball game. After being punched in the back of the head by the Morris’ acquaintance, Hood fled, only to be caught by the twins “near some picnic tables” where he was held down and beaten, fleeing again for a second time, only to have the whole thing repeat itself until he became unconscious.
Hood claims to have supported the Morris family when they were in high school. The Morriss claim they do not know him. Phoenix police have not arrested anyone yet but the charge of felony aggravated assault appears imminent.
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