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Pill-Popping Track Palin Assaulted Dad Todd, Mom Sarah Called Cops, Docs Claim

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Sarah Palin’s troubled son Track was arrested for beating his own father while under the influence of pain medication and alcohol, new Alaskan court documents claim.

According to the Anchorage Daily News, the former vice presidential candidate called police in her native Wasilla to report her 28-year-old son was “freaking out and was on some type of medication.”

Track, a father of two, reportedly arrived at his parents’ home on Saturday night around 8:30 pm to confront his father Todd over a truck.

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When Todd threatened Track with a gun at the door, the troubled veteran broke a window to enter the house and pinned his father to the ground, court documents continue.

An officer noted that Todd was bleeding from injuries to his head and face.

Track was soon cuffed and charged with burglary, assault criminal mischief, can confirm from court filings.

The criminal mischief charge was dismissed due to “no probable cause.”

Track Palin can also confirm that Track is still behind bars, though bail has been set at $5,000 cash.

“Track has no self-control,” a family insider told

As previously reported, Track was arrested in January 2016 for assault and possession of a weapon while intoxicated in a brutal fight with a former girlfriend.

Track’s own attorney Kevin T. Fitzgerald told his client needed alcohol treatment.

In that case, Track avoided jail time in a sweetheart plea deal.

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