Sarah Palin's Son Track Busted After Allegedly Pummeling Father While 'Freaking Out on Medication'
Track Palin has been in trouble with the law before.
Disturbing details have emerged in the alleged “domestic violence” case that left Palin family patriarch Todd Palin bloodied and beaten up by his own son.
Local police swarmed the Palin compound in Wasilla, Alaska, after Sarah Palin called 911, telling the dispatcher that her son Track was beating his father, Todd.
The former Alaska governor told police her son was “freaking out and on some type of medication,” according to the police report.
Cops say Track, 28, was allegedly drunk when he showed up to pick up a truck at his parents’ home.
He was met at the front door by his father, Todd, who was holding a gun, reportedly to "protect his family." Police say Track Palin threw his father to the floor, got on top of him, and began beating him with his fists.
Todd sustained injuries to his head and had "liquid coming from his ear," according to the police report.
Track refused to step outside when police got there and went to the roof. Twenty minutes later, he surrendered and was placed in handcuffs.
Sarah Palin has not commented on her family’s latest controversy. In 2016, the former vice presidential candidate said Track, who served in Iraq, may suffer from PTSD.
Track Palin was arraigned Sunday and charged with felony first-degree burglary and misdemeanor fourth-degree assault. He was still being held at Mat-Su Pretrial Facility as of Monday evening, according to reports. He was being held on $5,000 bond.
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