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Courtroom Drama! Trial Date Set For Track Palin's Assault Case

Track Palin is set for a courtroom showdown on February 26 at 8:30 am for assault after he was arrested for allegedly attacking his father Todd in a brutal beatdown, RadarOnline.com has learned exclusively.

Sarah Palin's troubled son was arrested and accused of threatening his parents before he showed up to their door, breaking into their Wasilla, Alaska home and pinning his father Todd to the ground on December 16.

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The 28-year-old father-of-two was bailed out of jail on December 21 after a five day sting behind bars. He will return to court for a pre-trial for felony burglary and misdemeanor assault charges on February 9 at 9 am.

Just weeks after the alleged assault, Sarah posted a photo of Todd on Instagram sporting what appeared to be a big gash on his nose on the heels of the terrifying incident.

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As RadarOnline.com previously reported, Track called cops “peasants” in an angry tirade, and according to the police report obtained by RadarOnline.com, Todd, 53, was left bloody and bruised in the aftermath.

Meanwhile, his ex-wife Britta Hanson was granted a 20-day short-term restraining order against him on December 18, with a hearing to be scheduled for the long-term request. His ex-girlfriend Jordan Loewe also filed to take away Track’s visits with his 1-year-old son Charlie.

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