Track Palin Granted House Arrest After Violent Attack On His Dad

Track Palin has finally been granted release from an Alaska jail after a judge granted him bail and ordered him to be monitored electronically following the shocking Dec. 16 attack on his father, Todd Palin.

According to reports, 28-year-old Palin’s attorney asked the court for his client’s bail to be lowered from $5,000, a request the judge refused.

However, the court ruled Palin could be released pending electronic monitoring, an evaluation of his mental health and other conditions.

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Palin’s family had a court order against the troubled veteran, which prevented him from having any contact with his dad — and victim — Todd, or his mom, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin.

However, Todd told the judge on the case they were ready to have contact with Palin again if he was sprung from behind bars.

As reported, Palin was “freaking out” on medication and alcohol when he left his father bloodied and bruised after he broke into the family’s Wasilla home through a window on Saturday night.

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Police arrested Palin and charged him with domestic violence, burglary in the 1st degree, domestic violence assault in the 4th degree and domestic violence criminal mischief in the 4th degree.

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