San Diego The case of 24-year-old professional surfer Emery Kauanui, savagely beaten after a May 24 bar dispute with old childhood chums outside the La Jolla home he shared with his mother Cynthia, is fodder for plenty of tut-tutting among wealthy neighbors. Until the tragedy, Cynthia's life had been filled with good news about the success of her modeling agency. Ten days before Emery died of injuries suffered during the incident, Kauanui's company, Jet Set Babies, sent out a news release via Business Wire touting two of her newest clients, who shared a bit part as a newborn baby on the last episode of Will And Grace. "The newcomer is both 18-month-old Sophia and her identical sister Elana Campellone from Orange County, Calif.," the release said. "Although the twins aren't on the red carpet yet, the May 18 finale of 'Will And Grace' will be on DVD May 30. Hopefully we'll be seeing more of them soon." It added, "Debra Messing, TV's Grace, gushed over the twins on their arrival to the set and over the three days of rehearsal and taping in front of a live audience." It concluded, "Jet Set Babies is easily the No. 1 agency for children in the U.S. and is part of Jet Set Management Group Inc., located only steps away from the beautiful beaches of La Jolla, Calif."