Sarah Palin spent Tuesday afternoon publicly showing her support for Donald Trump.
But she may want to get back to Wasilla, Alaska as quickly as possible. Someone close to her at home could use some support right about now.
According to police reports, Track Palin was arrested on Monday night and charged with fourth-degree assault... interfering with the report of a domestic violence crime ... and possession of a firearm while intoxicated.
The New York Daily News reports that the 26-year old son of the former Vice Presidential candidate was at the center of a domestic disturbance call around 10 p.m.
Track Palin allegedly punched and kicked his girlfriend and then proceeded to hold an assault rifle near his head, threatening to kill himself.
“Do you think I’m a p—y?” Track reportedly said, also asking: “Do you think I won’t do it?”
Palin was booked without bail and his arraignment was scheduled for Tuesday, January 19. All these charges are (somehow) only Class A misdemeanors.
Track is the oldest of Sarah Palin’s five children.
The unidentified woman had “bruising and swelling around her left eye,” according to police, and “complained of pain to that area as well as to her right knee.”
Authorities later found an unloaded AR-15 assault rifle on the kitchen counter.
Track is a U.S. Army veteran who spent a year deployed in Iraq.
He is divorced with a daughter named Kyla and he reportedly broke his ribs during a drunken brawl at an Anchorage party in September 2014.