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2 Ex-Playboy Playmates Busted in Strip Club Brawl

Two former Playboy Playmate triplets were arrested following a brawl at a strip club in Ohio.

Sisters Vicki and Sarah Satterfield were charged with assault for the fight at the Brass Pole strip club in Lorain County, Ohio, where they worked, reports The Morning Journal. They were taken to a county jail and released on bond.

The incident raises an important question: Where was the third Playboy Playmate triplet at the time of the fight?

Security video apparently shows Vicki Satterfield getting into an altercation in the dancer's dressing room with another woman. The two apparently threw items at each other before the altercation turned physical, reports the Morning Journal.

Pretty soon, the fight escalated, with six strippers getting into the mix. They were all described as "mutual combatants." (Too bad the video of this fight was not released, as it surely would go viral.)

The manager at the Brass Pole then got involved and tried to kick out Vicki and Sarah Satterfield. Vicki allegedly became irate and threw beer bottles and other items inside the club, according to the Morning Journal.

Even after ejecting the two Satterfields, the manager claims that Vicki returned to the establishment and fought with the manager. The manager claims that Sarah Satterfield jumped in also.

Police deputies describe Vicki and Sarah Satterfield as "highly intoxicated" at the time of the alleged brawl. The two Satterfields pleaded innocent. Vicki Satterfield denies the incident, and Sarah Satterfield claims that the manager jumped them.

There was no report, however, about whether the third triplet was involved or even present.

The two members of the Playboy Playmate triplets will need a good criminal defense attorney. Given the nature of the charges and their unique relationship, the two may be considering joint representation. Still, while the Satterfields may share a common bond, they should be aware that joint representation is not always a good idea, as there may be many potential conflicts.

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