Troubled Track Palin’s ex-wife Britta Hanson wasted no time seeking protection after he was arrested for assault. RadarOnline.com can exclusively confirm Hanson was granted a temporary restraining order against him this week.
On Monday, Hanson filed petitions for both a short-term and long-term restraining order. A court source explained to RadarOnline.com that parties can request short- and long-term orders at the same time.
“If you want to have a short-term hearing the day you show up, you mark that box,” the court insider continued.
Clearly Hanson wanted nothing to do with the father of her child, Kyla, 6. She was granted a 20-day short-term order on Monday, with a hearing to be scheduled for the long-term request within that time frame. Long-term restraining orders are good for up to one year.
As Radar reported, Sarah Palin’s troubled son Track was arrested for beating his own father while under the influence of pain medication and alcohol.
28-year-old Track reportedly arrived at his parents’ home on Dec. 16 around 8:30 pm to confront his dad Todd over a truck.
The veteran then broke a window to enter the house and pinned his father to the ground, court documents continue. Track left his father bleeding from injuries to his head and face.
He was charged with burglary, assault and criminal mischief.
Now, Track is attempting to get out of time in jail for Christmas. He has hired a high-powered Anchorage attorney, Patrick N. Bergt.
He is also dealing with other baby mama drama in the aftermath. As Radar exclusively reported, Track's ex Jordan Loewe filed to end his visits with their 1-year-old son Charlie this week.