Former Playboy Playmates Start Massive Brawl With Strippers — Go On, We’re Listening
When we think of girl-on-girl action, we do not exactly imagine a wild-eyed drunken brawl between ex-Playboy playmates and a room full of strippers - but it definitely ranks in at a close second.
Interestingly enough, that is exactly what happened over the weekend at a North Carolina strip club, when former Playboy playmates Sarah Satterfield and Vicki Satterfield went on a T&A kicking rampage with a half dozen strippers, according to reports from the Lorain County Sheriff’s Department.
The two sisters were featured along with their other, less rowdy, sister (yes, they are triplets) in a 2007 cyber playmate edition of Playboy Magazine.
A call to 911 from Sarah Satterfield initially led officers to believe that the two sisters were the victims. “A lot of girls attacked us and ripped all of our hair out and stuff, and we can’t find our cell phone or anything, and all of the girls like laughed and just thought it was funny that people attacked us,” said an allegedly drunken Sarah Satterfield on the phone with 911.
However, according to the police report, a review of dressing room surveillance videos showed that Vicki Satterfield actually started the fight and that both girls opened a fiendish can of washed-up playmate violence on the club manager. Come on girls, what would Jenny McCarthy do?
Incidentally, these bare-knuckle beauties were cuffed and stuffed and charged with assault. Court documents not only reveal that this was not the sisters' first run in with the law, but they also indicate that the two girls are claiming indigence, which essential means that they are too broke to afford legal council. They are scheduled to appear in court for a preliminary hearing on December 13.
The good news is the women's prison calendar is looking forward to having the sisters on board next year.