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Track Palin Rotting In Jail, Family Refuses To Bail Him Out After Assault Arrest

Feb. 25 2019, Updated 11:39 a.m. ET

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Track Palin is currently rotting in jail after his latest domestic violence arrest because no one close to him has bailed him out, RadarOnline.com has exclusively learned.

On Tuesday morning, a court official in Alaska confirmed to Radar that the Palin wild child is still a prisoner.

"He's still here for now," said the jail staffer.

According to the prison official, Track needs just $500 to get out of jail. If he is released, however, Sarah Palin's son will be fitted with an electronic monitoring ankle bracelet.

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As Radar readers know, Track, 29, was arrested and charged with assault and a slew of other violent charges on Friday night, just hours before his sister Willow Palin's wedding.

He is accused of hitting his baby mama, Jordan Loewe, in the head and neck as she screamed for help at Track's home on September 28.

A criminal report obtained by Radar stated that Track refused to let his ex-girlfriend leave after she dropped off their son at his home. As Jordan tried making an exit, Track "continued to hit her in the back of the head and butt."

State troopers observed scratches and redness on Loewe's body, according to the report.

Track's mom Sarah has not spoken out about his latest domestic violence arrest. Instead, she's given her daughter Willow's wedding all of the spotlight, claiming that the Saturday wedding was "perfect" despite her son's absence.

While Sarah and Todd have yet to post the $500 bond to get Track out of prison, Radar readers know it wouldn't be the first time they left their son in jail.

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Sources spilled to Radar in December 2017 that the famous parents refused to bail Track out after he was arrested for allegedly attacking dad, Todd, under the influence of drugs and alcohol.

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