After several days behind bars, Track Palin is attempting to get out of jail in time for Christmas, RadarOnline.com can exclusively report.
According to Alaskan court records obtained by Radar, former vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin’s troubled son has hired a high-powered Anchorage attorney, Patrick N. Bergt, who called a hearing for first bail review.
A court source told Radar that the boozy father of two, 28, and his attorney are asking for Alaska Pretrial Services to be his third party. (As Radar reported yesterday, Track needs a court-approved third party to bail him out and supervise him until his December 27 hearing before the judge.)
The bail hearing will be held this afternoon.
Track has been in jail since December 16, when he was arrested for allegedly breaking into his famous parents’ home and attacking his father while under the influence of alcohol and pills.
The spoiled celebrity spawn called police “peasants” in an angry tirade.
According to court papers, Todd Palin, 53, was left bloody and bruised in the aftermath.
Track was charged with felony burglary and misdemeanor assault.
For all updates on Track’s latest arrest, keep reading Radar.
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