According to documents obtained by Radar, police officers responded to Track Palin’s home on Friday, September 28 after his ex-girlfriend, Jordan Loewe, claimed he hit her repeatedly in the head and neck.
Loewe allegedly showed up to Palin’s home on Friday night to drop off their son. According to an incident report, Loewe then claimed to police that Palin wouldn’t let her leave unless she hugged him goodbye. The bad boy’s behavior allegedly became more intense after she hugged him and he insisted, “You can’t leave.”
Palin then allegedly took Loewe’s cell phone from her. When his baby mama made an exit for the car, Palin allegedly “followed her out and was on top of her, hitting her in the head.”
Loewe managed to escape and retrieve their son from the scene. However, Palin “continued to hit her in the back of the head and butt,” according to the explosive documents.
The exes wrestled as Loewe alleged she tried to get back her phone, the documents claimed.
Palin’s baby mama also alleged to police that she was “screaming for help,” which she believed prompted Palin to give her phone back to her.
Police observed Palin’s ex with “small scratches on her arm and redness on the back of her head and neck,” officers stated in the report.
According to the docs, Loewe reported to police that on a scale of 1-10 her fear was at a “9” while her pain for her alleged injuries was between a “2-3.”
Loewe allegedly reported the incident to police who had trouble removing Palin from the scene. State troopers claimed in the report that Palin kicked a coffee table and “tensed his arm” as officers attempted to arrest him.
Palin was also in possession of a pocket knife, the troopers claimed in the report.
Ultimately, Palin was booked for fourth-degree assault, interfering with a report of a crime involving domestic violence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Court records showed Palin was arraigned on Saturday, September 29 – the same day as his sister Willow’s wedding.
Court records indicate Palin is expected to be placed under electronic monitoring.
He is set for a pre-trial conference on Nov. 26.
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