Sarah Palin Allegedly Involved In Drunken Brawl Along With Family At Party

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Sarah Palin and her family were apparently involved in a drunken brawl last weekend at a snowmobile party in Alaska.

Police would not disclose many details about the incident, other than to confirm that it happened and that the Palins were involved.

“None of the involved parties wanted to press charges at the time of the incident and no arrests were made,” Anchorage police commented, according to Mediaite. “Alcohol was believed to have been a factor in the incident.”

Though the police are staying quiet, Alaskan bloggers have been all over the story. They claim that the incident involved Todd and Track Palin defending the girls in their family. A blogger from The Immoral Minority wrote, “I’m not sure who started it, but I do know the Palins done ended it.”

He went on to say:

“According to the grapevine Track had some altercation with a person who may or may not have once dated one of the Palin girls. That led to some pushing and shoving, which escalated somehow to the family being asked to leave the premises.

However before that could happen a certain former abstinence spokesperson unleashed a flurry of blows at some as of yet identified individual before being pulled off by by another partygoer, after which Todd apparently puffed up his chest and made some threatening remarks. (The “C’ word may have been uttered at one point.)

In the end the cops were called, order was restored, and the Mama Grizzly made sure the whole thing got swept under the rug.”

Another blogger, Amanda Coyne, recalled Bristol Palin punching guys while her dad Todd suffered a bloody nose.

“It’s something to hear when Sarah screams, “Don’t you know who I am!” And it was particularly wonderful when someone in the crowd screamed back, “This isn’t some damned Hillbilly reality show!”

What do you think of this latest escapade of the Palins? Let us know in the comments below!

H/T: Mediaite

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