Bristol and Willow were drunk, as were their boyfriends. Todd and Sarah Palin were asking what happened. There were two guys attacking Track. Bristol hit someone about six times, and then she fell over.
Finally, the details of the weekend spat this September that allegedly engulfed the Palin family have been made public. While a group of Alaska bloggers appears to have captured the essence of a feud involving members of the former vice presidential nominee’s family, a 24-page police report released Thursday includes a white stretch limo, two birthday parties, three intoxicated Palin children, two separate fights, and neighbors who barked “f--- The Palins” while Todd was on the ground.
The bloody, drunken and shirtless brawl will not lead to any legal consequences for the Palins however, just public humiliation.
“The Anchorage Municipal Prosecutors Office will not be proceeding with charges,” Anchorage Police Department spokeswoman Jennifer Castro told msnbc Thursday in an email.
The Palin household was celebrating patriarch Todd’s birthday, before going to another birthday party, where the fighting occurred on the night of Sept. 6. It was there that Track, who was serving in the military while his mother ran on the Republican presidential ticket, ended up in a fight with a number of other men. In the police report, he is listed as a victim. He was found by police without a shirt, with blood on his mouth and hands, and with injuries to his left elbow, eye and upper cheek.
Two Palin daughters were also reportedly involved in arguments and fights with others. Bristol, a single mom and former "Dancing with the Stars" contestant, allegedly hit the host of the party, identified as Korey Klingenmeyer, five or six times, according to witnesses. She then fell, and a group of female party-goers attacked her, according to police.
The dispute may have centered on whether Willow Palin was pushed by an older female guest and insulted. Unlike her bloodied brother, Bristol apparently emerged uninjured, save for some “dirt on her knees.”
As for the "Mama Grizzly," little is known except that no one reportedly listened to her when she tried to intervene in Bristol’s defense. The one-time vice presidential candidate was sitting safely inside her white stretch limo when police arrived, according to the report.
While “angry that the Palins had showed up and were causing problems,” according to one investigator, Klingenmeyer ultimately declined to press charges over the epic fight that wreaked havoc on a gathering he threw for his friends from the Iron Dog snow mobile community. And one penitent witness apologized to police for wasting their time. It was just “a fight among friends due to too much alcohol and people talking trash,” he said.