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A St. Louis teenager ambushed her ex-boyfriend at his home, shocked him with a stun gun and then watched as a crew of her goons beat him up, prosecutors charged.

Claire Canon, 18, of Chesterfield, Mo., and Bret Lombardo, 22, of Ballwin, Mo., were slapped with burglary and assault charges for brutally attacking Canon’s ex.

The victim was not identified.

Chesterfield police said that Canon brought three men in ski masks to her ex-boyfriend’s house. She then knocked on the door, while the masked men hid. When her former boyfriend answered, Canon said hi and asked for a hug, cops said. “When he went in for a friendly squeeze, Claire Canon shot him in the chest with a stun gun,” cops said. “After he crumpled to the floor, Canon’s goons pounced, kicking and punching him in the head.”

The victim tried to flee, but his attackers ran him down and continued the assault, cops said.

After the attack, the battered ex-boyfriend told police that he recognized Lombaro’s voice because the thug dated Canon’s older sister, cops said.

Claire Canon was charged last week with first-degree burglary, third-degree assault and third-degree domestic assault.

Bret Lombardo was charged with first-degree burglary and third-degree assault.

The two other attackers have not been identified, police said.