Track, 29, was arrested for fourth-degree assault after he allegedly hit Jordan Loewe in the head and neck on Friday, September 28, a police report obtained by RadarOnline.com stated.
Court records show Loewe filed a request for a short-term protective order against Track on Monday. The judge signed off on the order and it was issued on Tuesday.
Plus, Loewe also filed a petition for a long-term protective order, which would last longer than 30 days. A hearing for the long-term order was scheduled for later this month, according to court records.
According to police records, Loewe claimed to officers that she showed up at Track's house to drop off their son. Track allegedly refused to let her leave his house and became violent, the documents stated.
Sarah Palin's son was also booked for interfering with a report of a crime involving domestic violence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.
Track was released from jail on Tuesday. He is forced to wear an ankle bracelet.
This is not the first time Loewe has filed for a restraining order against Track. A judge signed off on a protective order against Track in 2016 after he was arrested for allegedly assaulting Loewe while intoxicated.
Plus, the Palin wild child's ex-wife, Britta Hanson, also was granted a temporary restraining order against Track in December 2017. The exes share one daughter, Kyla.