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Track Palin Released From Jail & Under Supervision After Allegedly Assaulting Ex

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Track Palin has been released from jail and has been forced to wear an electronic monitoring bracelet after his bombshell assault arrest, can exclusively reveal.

Sarah Palin's troubled son is on house arrest as he awaits his change of please case tomorrow, October 3, 2018, on charges he hit repeatedly his ex in the head an neck.

As readers know, Track, 29, was arrested and charged with assault and a slew of other violent charges on Friday night, just hours before his sister Willow's wedding.

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He is accused of hitting his baby mama, Jordan Loewe, in the head and neck as she screamed for help at Track’s home on September 28.

A criminal report obtained by stated that Track refused to let his ex-girlfriend leave after she dropped off their son at his home. As Jordan tried making an exit, Track “continued to hit her in the back of the head and butt.”

State troopers observed scratches and redness on Loewe’s body, according to the report.

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The troubled drifter was also in possession of a pocket knife, the troopers claimed in the report.

Ultimately, Track was booked for fourth-degree assault, interfering with a report of a crime involving domestic violence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct.

It was just the latest in a series of disturbing incidents involving Track. He was infamously arrested last December for allegedly breaking into his parent’s house and beating up his father Todd Palin.

Track is set for a pre-trial conference on Nov. 26.

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