Sarah Palin And Family Reportedly Involved in Bloody Brawl
Reports have surfaced that Sarah Palin and her family were involved in a bloody brawl at a house party in Alaska. INSIDE EDITION has more.
Sarah Palin and several members of her family were reportedly involved in a brawl at a house party in Alaska.
The Washington Post reports that "punches were thrown and lips were bloodied" during the brawl involving up to 20 people.
It reportedly began with a confrontation between the Palin's oldest son, Track, and a man once who dated Palin's daughter, Willow.
Sarah Palin could be heard shouting, "Don't you know who I am?" at people telling her to calm down.
Her husband, Todd is said to have sustained a bloodied nose.
There were no arrests, but the Anchorage police said in a statement: "Police responded to a report of a verbal and physical altercation between multiple subjects outside a residence....None of the involved parties wanted to press charges. Some of the Palin family were in attendance."
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