Blogger Jeanne Devon at the Mudlflats blog has grudgingly dished out more sordid details on the now-famous Palin Family Brawl, which featured a 20-person battle royale and Palin shrieking incoherently about how important she is.
One witness, who lost his job for speaking out about the massive, drunken, hillbilly brawl, noted that WasilMania I prompted one partygoer to note, “This isn’t some damned Hillbilly reality show!” What witness Eric Thompson said began with a confrontation between Bristol and Track Palin and an ex-boyfriend of Bristol’s ended with the former teen abstinence poster-hypocrite smacking the host of the party in the face.
“It was a really nice, mellow party.” Afterwards, however, “it turned into the Jerry Springer show,” Thompson said.
According to Devon’s source, Track Palin and a friend were getting a bit too friendly with female guests. Only Sarah and Todd were invited, but they loaded the entire clan into a stretch Hummer limo. While some witnesses say that Track got into a fight with an ex-boyfriend of Willow’s, Devon’s source says that Track and a tag-a-long friend were crudely expressing their desire to “bend” women “over the lawn.”
The husband of one of the women laid Track out with a fist full of justice, which led to Track’s friends getting involved, others joining in, and Bristol punching the host in the face.
The Palins arrived at the party, but not just Sarah and Todd who were the only actual invitees from the clan – the whole fan-damnily and some other tagalong friends from Wasilla turned up in a stretch Hummer limo. Because, of course they did. The party was an adult and relaxed event, with most guests at least in their 30s. Reports have come in that Track got into a fight with an ex-boyfriend of Willow’s. But according to my source, the initial fight started when Track and his buddy were aggressively pursuing… how shall I put this… “romantic relations” with some female guests. They were allegedly explicit and crude in their depictions of what they’d like to do with and to the ladies, expressing a desire to “bend them over on the lawn,” according to my source. Apparently the lawn was large enough to include places one could be “bent over.”
Hey. You guys wanted this… don’t look at me.
As Track and his companion were wooing the ladies with honeyed words, certain individuals took exception to it – namely the husbands of the women in question, whose presence right there with their wives the whole time was no deterrant to our confident and ambitious Casanovas from the Mat-Su.
Track did not fare well in the ensuing confrontation with the spouse. The irate husband punched Track with the full force of his annoyance, and the young Palin ended up “spread eagle lying on the grass.” You could say someone did end up bent over on the lawn, but not in the way he first envisioned.
Track’s buddies then got involved in the fracas to defend the honor of their fallen comrade, others followed, and soon Bristol Palin began to punch the host in the face for reasons we do not fully understand. Repeatedly. Then Todd showed up and joined the scrum, ending up with a bloody nose out of the deal. Did I mention that it happened to be his 50th birthday? He probably won’t forget the big 5-Ohhhh.
Then Sarah shrieked, “Don’t you know who I am?” and other such things making clear the importance of the Palins, and the lack of importance of the non-Palins to whom she was speaking. She then apparently tried to fling herself on top of the giant dog pile into the middle of the melée.
Palins get the boot.
Then, the Palins got the boot.
After tiring of being punched in the face, our host informed the Palins it was time for them to go home. Bristol’s young son Tripp was apparently sleeping in the back of the Hummer limo at the time, blissfully unaware of intoxicated mommy’s raging fists of fury.
The fight ended up involving about 20 people, but eventually the police arrived, and the marauders piled into their limo and headed north to the wild lands from whence they came. But not before Track ripped his shirt off and stood in the road giving the one finger salute to departing guests. Ok, I kind of loved that part.
“Alcohol may have been a factor,” said the police report filed later.
The author provided an excellent illustration of what this may have looked like:
The host of the party was said to have remarked that, “next year, we’re just going to keep it family.”
Probably a good idea.