Authorities released Track Palin from jail on Thursday, December 21st, just five days after the police arrested him due to allegations of domestic violence. According to a report from the Alaska Department of Corrections as obtained by the organization, Us Weekly, the 28-year-old went to jail on the 16th of December.
After getting into a fight with his father, Todd Palin, the police took the man to jail and was charged with felony first-degree burglary and fourth-degree assault.
While at their home in Wasilla, Alaska, Track and Todd got into a fight and Track pushed him to the ground and hit him over the head repeatedly.
According to Judge Tara Logsdon, who serves as the Palmer District Court Magistrate, Track had to go on house arrest and had to appear in court yesterday, December 20th.
Additionally, there is a zone around the family’s home where he can’t go and cannot be in an area where locations sell alcohol in any form. He can’t drink at all and can only take medications prescribed to him by a doctor.
He also has to have a breathalyzer test around six times a day. The judge ordered that he only travel to his job at the drilling company, Alaska Directional LLC, and he can’t be around any weapons of any sort.
In a report from The Blast, Track’s old wife, Britta Hanson, received a restraining order against him due to his violent behavior. The woman – whom he was married to from 2011 until 2012 – claimed that Track could potentially be a danger to her as well as their six-year-old child, Kyla. If that isn’t bad enough, Track was under a probationary period due to similar transgressions.