Track Palin was released from jail on Thursday, December 21, five days after being arrested on domestic violence charges, the Alaska Department of Corrections confirms to Us Weekly.
The 28-year-old was taken into police custody on Saturday, December 16, and charged with felony first-degree burglary and misdemeanor fourth-degree assault after an incident with his father, Todd Palin. Track’s mother, Sarah Palin, told police that Track allegedly broke a window and pushed Todd to the ground before beating him on the head at the family’s home in Wasilla, Alaska.
Us confirmed that Palmer District Court Magistrate Judge Tara Logsdon placed Track on house arrest during a court appearance on Wednesday, December 20. He cannot go within an “exclusion zone” around his parents’ home or near places that sell alcohol. He may not drink and can only take prescription drugs as prescribed. Additionally, he must also take a breathalyzer test at least six times a day.
All weapons also must be removed from Track’s home, and he can only travel to medical appointments and his job at the drilling company Alaska Directional LLC.
According to documents obtained by The Blast, Track’s ex-wife, Britta Hanson, was recently granted a protective order against him. Hanson, to whom Track was married from 2011 to 2012, reportedly claimed she is afraid for the safety of their 6-year-old daughter, Kyla.
At the time of his arrest, Track was serving two years of probation on a plea deal stemming from a domestic violence arrest in January 2016.
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