Bristol Palin and other members of Sarah Palin's family attended a house party in Anchorage, Alaska last month--reportedly a birthday party for the homeowner's twins and for Todd Palin--that ended in a drunken brawl. Bristol claims the brawl started when she was defending her younger sister, Willow Palin.
ABC News obtained audio from the scene after police arrived to break things up. Bristol Palin is heard describing the fight to officers, and explaining to them that her “5-year-old [is] in the car!”
It seems Bristol was waiting in a rented limo outside of the home where the party took place. Willow approached the limo, telling her sister that an 'old lady' came up to her and 'pushed her.'
Bristol told officers, “Oh f****** hell no, no one is going to touch my sister.”
Some reports even claim that Sarah Palin got involved in this brawl, at one point screaming, 'Don't you know who I am?'
In a previously released police report, Bristol is described as “heavily intoxicated and upset,” as she explains to officers that she confronted the woman. Following that confrontation she said a man “gets in my face, pushes me down on the grass, drags me across the grass.” She reports that the man swore at her and called her a 'slut' as well as other derogatory names.
Bristol Palin then says she was pushed down again and pulled by her feet by the man who “comes out of nowhere,” identified in the earlier police report as Korey Klingenmeyer. He reportedly owns the home where the party took place.
Bristol Palin captured on tape cursing up a storm and describing the Palin family brawl to cops http://t.co/HyEd3vF79x
— Page Six (@PageSix) October 22, 2014
Palin says she doesn't know Klingenmeyer.
Earlier in October, prosecutors said they wouldn't proceed with charges in the drunken brawl--even though Klingenmeyer told officers in the police report that Bristol Palin punched him five to six times in the face and that she was “hitting pretty hard.”
He told authorities that he asked Bristol Palin to leave and she responded, “Who the f*** are you?” Klingenmeyer told her he owned the home and Palin said she didn’t believe him and “she will kick his a**.”
It sounds like Bristol Palin--and other members of Sarah Palin's family--dodged a bullet this time. Even though Bristol claims the brawl started in defense of Willow Palin, it certainly sounds like there was some incredibly unacceptable behavior at play--much of it on behalf of the former vice-presidential candidates's family.