Bradenton woman arrested after fight with twin sister over vibrator, boyfriend

Heidi Creamer
Heidi Creamer Manatee County Sheriff's Office

A Bradenton woman was arrested Sunday afternoon after getting into a fight with her twin sister about a vibrator and her boyfriend, according to the Manatee County Sheriff's Office.

Heidi Creamer started fighting with her twin at 1:38 p.m. in the 5500 block of 36th Court East over "Heidi's boyfriend and a sexual toy (vibrator)," and the verbal argument soon turned to blows, according to a probable cause affidavit.

Creamer punched her sister in the face in the foyer of the apartment, knocking her to the floor, the report said. The victim then started kicking Creamer away as Creamer punched, scratched and pulled her twin's hair.

Creamer stopped after a few minutes and began grabbing her personal belongings, stacking them outside the front door and stating that she wanted to leave, according to the affidavit. When Creamer exited the front door to place some items outside, her twin slammed the door and locked Creamer outside.

When a deputy arrived on scene, the twin sister was on the balcony of her apartment with blood on her face, where she had been yelling to neighbors to call the police. Creamer was banging on the front door, screaming obscenities and yelling at the officer, according to the report.

The deputy handcuffed Creamer, citing safety concerns about Creamer's aggressive behavior, and placed her in the back of a patrol vehicle, deputies said.

When the deputy read Creamer her Miranda rights, Creamer began screaming that "she was fighting with her sister over a vibrator and her boyfriend," the report said. Creamer then refused to speak to the officer.

Creamer is being charged with domestic battery and was taken to the Manatee County jail. She was released on bond.