Sarah Palin's son reportedly arrested for assault, possession of a weapon
Sarah Palin's adult son, Track Palin, has found himself in trouble with the law after he was arrested on Monday night following a domestic violence incident.
The altercation allegedly took place at Sarah Palin's Wasilla, Alaska, home, where Track is believed to have punched his girlfriend in the eye, kicked her in the knee and threatened to shoot himself with an AR-15 assault rifle, the New York Daily News reports.
Track is believed to have been "holding onto a gun, yelling, 'Do you think I'm a p***y?' and 'Do you think I won't do it?'"
The unidentified woman also claimed she was concerned for his own safety.
"[The woman] was concerned he would shoot himself and ran outside and around the house," before hiding under a bed, the publication reports. Police responded to 911 calls from both the victim and Track, and they found her crying when they arrived on the scene.
The drunken argument is said to have begun after Track had discovered his girlfriend had been in touch with one of her exes. He also revealed in his statement that the woman had hit him in the eye with an elbow during the altercation, and police documents revealed he had "swelling and bruise trauma" on his face.
According to ABC News, Alaskan court documents reveal that Track was charged with three misdemeanors, including assault, interference with the reporting of a domestic violence crime and weapons possession while intoxicated.
His bail was set at $1,500, but according to ABC News, it is unclear whether he had entered a plea or was released on bail.
The news comes just one day after Sarah Palin endorsed Donald Trump for president during an event in Iowa.