'Gay Porn Twin' Heads to Jail on Burglary Charges

'Gay Porn Twin' Heads to Jail on Burglary Charges
JC Adams
PHILADELPHIA — Amateur video performer Taleon Goffney will serve three- to eight years in state prison for having committed a pair of February 2008 burglaries in South Philadelphia. He and his twin brother, Keyontyli, were arrested last year following a multi-state string of robberies. The siblings worked in gay adult as Keyon and Teyon.

Taleon pleaded guilty "to two counts each of burglary and criminal conspiracy under a plea deal between his attorney, Michael F. Gushue, and Assistant District Attorney Caroline Keating," according to a local media report.

The original terms of his plea agreement, filed in early June, included "two consecutive two- to four-year sentences" and were renegotiated when attorneys disagreed on certain issues.

This week's agreement includes Taleon, 27, identifying Keyontyli, "who is free on bail and attended the hearings, as a co-conspirator in the burglaries." Outstanding charges including criminal trespass, receiving stolen property and "possession of an instrument of crime" have been dropped.

Keyontyli Goffney is due in court August 6. He is alleged to have served as a lookout and getaway driver in the crimes.

In late November 2008, Taleon received four to eight years in state prison for committing a separate burglary one year earlier.

Taleon thanked Judge Lisa M. Rau for accepting his plea and said he intends to finish his college education while he serves out his sentence. He is expected to serve a minimum three years due to his prior record.

The twins were arrested in June 2008 following an investigation by a tri-state task force that was formed following a string of more than 40 robberies in New Jersey and Pennsylvania.

As Keyon and Teyon, together and separately, the twins shot for BlackMen.net as well as Flava Works and CocoDorm.com, among other outlets.

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