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TikTok twin stars Alan and Alex Stokes deny a crime was committed in fake California bank robbery prank

TikTok twin stars Alan and Alex Stokes deny a crime was committed in fake California bank robbery prank

Alan and Alex Stokes were each charged with one felony count of false imprisonment and one misdemeanor count of falsely reporting an emergency

YouTubers Alan and Alex Stokes filmed a video where they called an Uber driver while pretending to be bank robbers. Witnesses thought it was a carjacking and called police, who surrounded the car with guns drawn before realizing it was a scam.

Alex and Alan Stokes' misguided stunt led police to confront an unwitting Uber driver at gunpoint.

YouTubers Alan and Alex Stokes filmed a video where they called an Uber driver while pretending to be bank robbers. Witnesses thought it was a carjacking and called police, who surrounded the car with guns drawn before realizing it was a scam.

Alex and Alan Stokes' misguided stunt led police to confront an unwitting Uber driver at gunpoint.

Alex and Alan Stokes' misguided stunt led police to confront an unwitting Uber driver at gunpoint.

TikTok twins Alan and Alex Stokes charged with felony after bank robbery prank

Where there’s a YouTuber, there's also probably a scandal. From Alan and Alex Stokes to Jenna Marbles and James Charles, see the platform's biggest OMG moments.

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JUST IN: Alan and Alex Stokes, twin brothers who star in a series of YouTube videos featuring pranks on unsuspecting people, have been charged with false imprisonment and swatting in connection with a pair of fake bank robberies in Irvine last October

YouTube stars Alex and Alan Stokes have been charged with false imprisonment and other crimes after a bank robbery prank last year that included an unsuspecting Uber driver being held at gunpoint, authorities say.

YouTubers Alan and Alex Stokes hit with felony charges for fake bank robbery:

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YouTube stars Alex and Alan Stokes have been charged with false imprisonment and other crimes after a bank robbery prank last year that included an unsuspecting Uber driver being held at gunpoint, authorities say.

Twin YouTube stars Alan and Alex Stokes charged with staging fake bank robberies

Twin YouTube Stars Alan and Alex Stokes Charged with Felonies After Staging Bank Robbery Pranks​

Alan and Alex Stokes, twin brothers who run a YouTube channel with millions of subscribers, were charged Wednesday with multiple crimes

YouTube, TikTok Stars Alan And Alex Stokes Charged With Felony In Bank Robbery Prank

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