'You're All Peasants!' Inside Spoiled Track Palin's Rant At Cops Amid Assault Arrest

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Dec. 18 2017, Published 8:56 p.m. ET

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Troubled Track Palin lashed out at cops in an epic rant during his assault arrest, calling police peasants while yelling at authorities before continuing his tired on the rooftop of his parents' garage, according to the explosive police report exclusively obtained by


As readers know, Sarah Palin's 28-year-old son was cuffed and thrown into jail Saturday December 16 and charged with burglary and assault after allegedly beating his own father while under the influence of pain medication and alcohol.

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Authorities arrived at the Palins home after 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," according to the bombshell docs.

The report states, upon police intervention at the scene, Track yelled at the officers calling them “peasants” and told them to lay their guns down before approaching the residence.

And despite Sarah's claim her son was heavily intoxicated, Track told police he'd "only consumed a few beers."

According to the police report, 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.

When police arrived, they saw Todd had “visible blood running down his face," states the docs, noting, "He had several cuts on his head and had liquid coming from his ear."

This isn't the first time Track has been in trouble with the law. As Radar previously reported, he was arrested in January 2016 for assault and possession of a weapon while intoxicated in a brutal fight with a former girlfriend.

Track is currently still behind bars and has a bail set for $5,000.

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