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Sarah Palin's Son Battered His Ex-Girlfriend As She Held Their Newborn, Woman Alleges

Sarah Palin hasn't run for anything or held office for years now, but news about the former Governor of Alaska and Vice-Presidential candidate just won't seem to go away. One scandal after another has hit the Palin family over the years.

Her daughter, Bristol, an abstinence advocate, had two babies out of wedlock; it came out that Palin's husband, Todd, was a member of the Alaska Independence Party, which seeks to have Alaska secede from the Union; and her sister-in-law, Diana, was arrested for burglary and theft.

The latest Palin scandal, however, is the most disturbing of all. Her son Track has been accused of battering his ex-girlfriend.

On Monday, 24-year-old Jordan Loewe, former girlfriend of 28-year-old Track Palin, gave an interview to the Daily Mail saying that Track was physically abusive when she was in a relationship with him. She claims that Mr. Palin beat her when she was pregnant, as well as when she was holding their infant son, Charlie Palin, after she gave birth.

When she attempted to call authorities to report the abuse, Loewe says she angered the unhappy Palin family matriarch and was pressured not to involve police.

According to Loewe, Track, a veteran, had long abused her. She claims she's suffered numerous punches and kicks.

When she was 7 months pregnant he attempted to strangle her, she says, and he was constantly harassing and emotionally manipulating her. At one point he aimed an AR-15 rifle at his head and threatened to shoot himself.

“Loewe stated Palin 'cocked the gun' and was holding the rifle out next to him with the [sic] his right hand near the trigger and his left hand near the barrel, with the barrel just away from his face pointed to the side,” reads a police report of the 2016 incident.

Anytime she reached out to police for help, Loewe says Track's mother and father came down on her.

"I got the cold shoulder for calling the police and tarnishing their name," she reports.

"I was very particular about when I called the police and I didn't call them often. If I had called the police every time he pulled out a gun, then he would be in jail."

She continued, "To his family, I was still kind of the bad guy for calling the police and blowing this up. The answer to them is, 'we don't call the police because that's our reputation'."

"I don't really know what they believe but I definitely got some rude text messages, to say the least, about calling the police," she said.

Loewe claims that Sarah Palin has stated on the record that her son has Post Traumatic Stress Disorder from his military service. However, she says Palin told her a different story in private.

"Track has always had an outlet for his violence," Loewe claims the ex-governor confided in her. "Since he's out of the military, he doesn't have that outlet anymore, so it's hard for him."

Loewe says she finally fled the relationship after Track beat her while she held their newborn son in her arms.

The incidents that were reported, especially the one during which Track held a gun to his head, made national news. Information was garnered from police reports, but this is the first time Loewe has come forward to the press for an interview.

The Palin family has not responded to the allegations at this time.

Source: Daily Mail
Photo: Wikimedia Commons, Instagram, YouTube

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