It gets wild in Alaska. Anchorage Police released new details on Thursday, Oct. 9, from the raucous September birthday brawl involving the Palin family.
Charges were dropped in the fight, but eyewitness accounts from the bash provided rather incriminating details about, well, everyone involved. According to the report, officers were called to the local home of Korey Klingenmeyer (who was hosting a birthday party for twin brothers Matthew and Marc McKenna) on Sept. 6, where a fight of about 20 people had broken out.
When officers John Daily and Justin Blake arrived on the scene, some Palin family members were already walking toward their white limousine, parked in front of Klingenmeyer's house. According to the report, there was a "strong odor of alcohol coming from the group."
2008 GOP vice presidential nominee Sarah Palin and her husband Todd Palin both "appeared upset and in a verbal argument with other individuals at the scene." Their 25-year-old son Track, who "appeared heavily intoxicated and acted belligerent at first," was without his shirt. He was also bloodied "around his mouth and on his hands and he appeared to have an injury under his left eye, on his upper cheek."
Track was being pushed into the limo when police arrived on the scene. Sarah ultimately calmed him down and convinced him to talk to police. "He said that while they were there, some guys were talking rudely to his sisters, making them cry," wrote officer Daily. He added that they were walking away when of the "guys" punched his pal from behind. Todd also confirmed that the friend, Steven, was attacked and knocked to the ground, making it "a situation they couldn't walk away from."
Also included in the report was eldest Palin daughter, Bristol, who got into a side altercation with Klingenmeyer. According to police, the homeowner asked the DWTS' alum to leave and she replied, "Who the f— are you?" following up with an alleged threat that "she will kick his ass."
Klingenmeyer claimed that Bristol, 23, punched him first, so he spurred her on and told her to hit him again "if it makes her feel better." So she followed up with five or six punches. It was then that Klingenmeyer "grabbed her fist as she punched again and he pushed back and she falls down. He says she gets up and tries to punch him again and he grabs her fist again and pushes her away and she falls down again." After that punch, one of the birthday boys said a "bunch of wives tackled her ass."
Another Palin daughter Willow, 20, whom police described as "extremely agitated," claimed in the report that Klingenmeyer had "assaulted" her sister. According to Willow, other attendees were making remarks like "f— the Palins."
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