By: Kyle James | 12-19-2017 | News
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Sarah Palin's Son Beat Up Dad In Drunken Rage

News spread Sunday of the arrest of former Alaska governor Sarah Palin's son for first-degree burglary, fourth-degree assault, and criminal mischief but reports were unclear about who Track Palin assaulted.

Monday, a court document revealed the 28-year-old Palin wanted to visit his parents home and retrieve a truck but his father told him to stay away since he was drunk and on pain medication. Palin responded with threats saying, "Track told him he was [going to] come anyway to beat his ass."

An affidavit filed by Wasilla Police Officer Adam LaPointe reveals Todd Palin answered his door armed with a pistol but Track had broken a window and began savagely beating his father. The younger Palin threw his father to the ground and hit him repeatedly on the head leaving him covered in blood and a liquid oozing from his ear.

Police arrived to see both his parents fleeing the house in separate vehicles and Todd Palin had blood running down his face while Sarah Palin looked visibly upset. When police confronted the younger Palin he called them "peasants" and told them to lay down their weapons.

Court documents went on to say that Palin eventually left the house and was handcuffed. Track told police he asked his father to shoot him several times. Palin served in Iraq and his mother frequently boasted of his service during her Presidential run with John McCain.

This isn't the first time Track has been charged arrested for domestic violence, just last year he pleaded guilty to the exact same charges, fourth-degree assault, interfering with a report of a domestic-violence crime, and possession of a weapon while intoxicated.

Track Palin's bail has been set at $5,000 and he remains in custody at this time.

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