The family that brawls together stays together? A Palin family brawl is making headlines after things seemingly spun out of control at a snowmobile party. The Daily News shared the details on Thursday.
The party was sponsored by the Iron Dog snowmobile race, a race that Todd Palin has been involved with over the years. Wonkette was the first to break the story about the Palin family brawl, and the Daily News has confirmed with the Anchorage police that the fight happened. However, nobody pressed charges and there were no arrests.
According to Wonkette, just before midnight Saturday night police responded to reports of an altercation taking place. Multiple people were involved and alcohol was said to play a factor. Reports indicate that Track Palin, Sarah Palin’s oldest son, allegedly got into a fistfight with a guy who had previously dated his younger sister Willow. It seems that as the fight got ugly during the Palin family brawl, the almost-Vice Presidential family was asked to leave.
Chris Olds, the owner of the house where the party was, apparently got involved and was struck by Bristol Palin several times. Many remember Bristol from her reality TV days, including two stints on “Dancing With the Stars.” Bristol supposedly threw out several right hooks. Reports also claim that someone at the party hollered “This isn’t some d*mned Hillbilly reality show!” as the Palin family brawl escalated.
Wonkette adds that per their sources, Sarah Palin pulled out the “Do you know who I am” card, Todd had a bloody nose and Track ended up shirtless as he threw punches. It’s unclear what prompted Bristol to start hitting, but some who were present indicate that Todd may have been throwing around the “C-word” a bit too. Classy stuff. As Wonkette ponders, where in the world is the cellphone video of all of this? Perhaps someone is shopping it around, because it’s hard to imagine that nothing exists. Stay tuned for it to pop up on TMZ, many would guess.
So far it doesn’t appear that any of the Palin family members have commented on the reports via social media. The Anchorage police department hasn’t confirmed that Sarah’s family was involved in the incident, though apparently about 20 people were in the mix of things. Alaska blogger The Immoral Minority notes that his police contact has provided a case number for the incident at hand, and it was confirmed that “Some of the Palin family members were in attendance at the party.” However, because the case is pending, no further details were made available.
Surely more details regarding the Palin family brawl will be coming out now that the incident is making national headlines, so stay tuned.