Former Playboy Playmate Sisters Fight With Strippers

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ELYRIA, OH (WJW) –  They went from posing for “Playboy” to posing for mugs shots.

Sisters and former Playboy playmates Sarah Satterfield and Vicki Satterfield, both 28, are charged with assault after a massive brawl involving half a dozen strippers at The Brass Pole in Elyria early Saturday, according to the Lorain County Sheriff’s Department.

“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,” a slurring Sarah Satterfield said during the 911 call.

Vicki and Sarah are two of the three Lorain County triplets featured in “Playboy Magazine” in 2007 and as cyber playmates.

“They pulled the hair out if my head, and I was attacked by five girls in the dressing room,” Sarah said in the 911 call.

Surveillance shows Vicki started the fight in the dressing room, and both sisters then attacked the club manager, according to a police report.

Both sisters pleaded not guilty to the assault charge and they told the judge they are both indigent, according to court records.

Sarah Satterfield has been convicted three separate times for disorderly conduct and once for OVI, according to court records.

Vicki Satterfield has two disorderly conduct convictions as well as an assault conviction for taking a swing at a police officer.

The sisters are due in Elyria Municipal Court for a preliminary hearing Dec. 13.

By , FOX 8 WJW.

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