Track Palin was arrested for domestic violence for the third time in less than three years on Friday.

The eldest son of former Alaska governor and vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin‘s five children, was arrested after allegedly assaulting a female acquaintance in his home in Wasilla, Alaska. Track Palin, 29, was charged with domestic violence, interfering with a report of domestic violence, disorderly conduct and resisting arrest.

Palin pleaded “not guilty” on all four counts and was held without bail at a local facility. In June, he pleaded guilty to criminal trespassing following an alleged incident from December 2017 where he assaulted his father Todd. Track Palin had allegedly broken into his parents’ home and called them “peasants.”


Before, that, Track was arrested in January 2016 for allegedly attacking and threatening his then-girlfriend Jordan Loewe with a gun. Following that incident, Sarah Palin said she believed her son was suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder following his time in Iraq. She also criticized then-President Barack Obama for not doing enough to help war veterans deal with these types of issues.


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