Track Palin proved this year that, not only does he like to hit women, but he is not fit to care for his young daughter after beating the daylight out of his new girlfriend. This according to a judge who took custody of the small child away from him, Track Palin is not trustworthy enough to have his child any more than 4 times per month.
The mother of the child filed court documents on February 6th to take away most of the time that Track his with the child, Kyla Grace, who is now 4 years old. Britta Hanson is the ex-wife of Track Palin, having divorced him shortly after their 2011 marriage.
Hearing the news reports of the incident and knowing the volatility that lies within Track, Hanson asked the courts to cut Palin’s visitation down substantially. Palin lost full custody of Kyla Grace very shortly after his divorce from Hanson.
The previous visitation arrangement was that there was none; the divorced couple shared custody without needing a legal agreement. However, after the incident on January 18th, that all changed and Hanson no longer felt comfortable with Track having overnight visits with his daughter, or even the traditional every other weekend visitation schedule that most fathers get.
For whatever reason, the court judge agreed with Hanson. Court documents state the following:
“In order to accommodate father’s employment schedule, he will have a rotating schedule every four weeks. Weeks three and four Father will have no visitation. Father will have no overnight visitation.”
According to Radar Online:
“The first week, he has their daughter on Saturday, from 9am to 6pm, and Sunday, from 9am to 3pm. The second week, Track has Kyla Grace on Friday, from 7:30am to 7pm, and on Saturday, from 9am to 6pm.”
However, Track Palin isn’t the only one of Sarah Palin’s children who had disappointing court custody rulings recently. Bristol Palin attempted to take the rights of both of her children’s fathers away from them immediately after the babies births.
The judge in the new case, however, saw no reason for Bristol’s request to deny parental rights and instead denied her from ripping a child away from her father simply out of spite. Bristol also lost a custody fight with her first baby daddy in regards to keeping her 7 year old son Tripp away from Levi Johnston.