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Fired Exotic Dancers Accused Of Attacking Former Manager In OKC

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Neica Deeble and Mercedes Williams Neica Deeble and Mercedes Williams

The manager of Beach Bums Bikini Bar in northwest Oklahoma City says two women he fired tried to force their way into his apartment before one of them stabbed him in the arm.

The manager said he recently fired 24-year-old Neica Deeble and 21-year-old Mercedes Williams, whose stage names were "Gorgeous" and "Imagine" when they worked at the bikini bar. According to the manager's sister, on June 11 Deeble and Williams showed up at the apartment she shares with her brother near N.W. 10th Street and N. Gardner Avenue.

The victim's sister said Deeble and Williams tried to kick in the door, but the woman used a baseball bat to scare them. She then called her brother. When the man arrived he found Deeble and Williams sitting outside his apartment.

The victim told police they were involved in a verbal argument when Williams suddenly sprayed bug spray in his face. He said he knocked the can out of Williams' hand, but Deeble then rushed toward him and stabbed him in the right arm. The victim called police.

Witnesses told police they saw the two women run away and throw a six-inch knife over a fence. Police recovered the weapon, but couldn't immediately locate the women. They were found a few hours later at the same apartment complex.

Deeble told police she and her former manager had been romantically involved when he fired her. She said she'd gone to the apartment to get some belongings. Williams told police she didn't know why they'd gone there; she was just following her friend. Both women claimed they acted in self-defense.

Police arrested both women on complaints of assault and battery. Deeble was also booked on a complaint of assault with a deadly weapon.

The victim's injuries were not serious.

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