The Canadians – who reportedly arrived Nigeria in 2009 after meeting a Northern oil mogul – were said to be fixtures of the Toronto night scene with a ubiquitous minivan.
They had attended Don Bosco Catholic Secondary School, with Jyoti graduating in 2003 and Kiran in 2004.
After arriving Nigeria, the dalliance with the oil tycoon crashed after a confrontation with his light skinned girlfriend now married to a night club owner.
By hovering around clubs and hangouts, they met more people, and began their string of sexcapades which landed them more money.
At a point, they managed a restaurant for one of their boyfriends. The relationship collapsed and they moved on to more men.
Making Wheatbaker, on Onitolo (Lawrence) Road, Ikoyi home, they later moved to Maison Fahrenheit and Eko Signature (both on Adetokunbo Ademola, Victoria Island).
As their notoriety multiplied, they became more daring, recording their trysts and voyages, entertaining their 50,000 instagram followers with their jet-set lifestyle.
From Monaco to Paris, beach resort of Nassau (the Bahamas), Las Vegas and New York, their trips attracted envy from young and impressionable ladies.
The 2015 trip to their native India saw them traversing Taj Mahal in Agra, New Delhi, Ludhiana and Jaipur.
With designer attires and accessories to die for, the escorts whose father was said to be a taxi driver in Canada, are now running from the long arms of the law in Nigeria.