Audio of Drunken Palin Family Brawl Released
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Radar Online has obtained exclusive police audio of the Palin family brawl that took place on September 6 in Wasilla, Alaska. The audio features the Palin women—the former governor of Alaska and her two daughters Bristol, 23 and Willow, 20—frantically unloading their side of the story to police in the immediate aftermath of the brawl.
According to Radar Online, on the night of the fight Todd Palin accompanied his children Willow, Bristol, and Track, 25 to a friend’s birthday party. The trouble started when the host of the party, Korey Klingenmeyer, heard Bristol start ranting that she wanted to get physically violent with another guest. When Klingenmeyer tried to intercept and told Bristol that she needed to leave if she was going to start a fight, she began repeatedly punching him in the face using both hands.
One police report stated that Klingenmeyer “grabbed Bristol’s arm and held her back, pushing her down while holding her hand as she was attempting to strike him.” At that point, Bristol’s brother Track and another male joined in, throwing punches to defend her.
The birthday boy, Matthew McKenna, admitted that the situation was the result of “one big misunderstanding and a fight among friends due to too much alcohol and people talking trash."
“I’m friends with Todd and Sarah,” he told police. “That’s why they’re here. And a bunch of people are drunk and stupid.”
The police reports also noted officers could smell alcohol on Bristol’s breath. No charges have been filed against any of the brawl's participants.