Grutman also showed Barnes' a copy of a 1982 issue of High Society magazine including photos of the actress, wearing only panties.
Her own account of her film career makes her sound more like a victim than a movie star.
Strangely, though, by the time she comes on stage to introduce Mask of Satan, a transformation has come over Steele.
She said she didn't sue High Society because she didn't want to draw attention to the pictures.
Penthouse attorney Norman Roy Grutman argued that Barnes, 29, signed a legal release allowing the magazine to reprint the photographs, which he described as 'the most gorgeous, erotic' pictures he has ever seen.
Additionally, Steele had supporting roles in 's 1963 , and appeared on television in the 1991 miniseries.
I ask her why she thinks horror film-makers are so drawn to her and she laughs.