And now, more news about this divorce is coming to light from both camps.
Brad, apparently, was especially upset about
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Jeez, too bad Jerry Springer isn't still on the air - the Palin family would have made for some AMAZING guests!
This week, Wasilla police released additional audio of the Palin family explaining their side of the trashy and bloody brawl which put the clan back into the national spotlight.
In the CRAZY audio, Track Palin, Sarah Palin's oldest child, gives a drunken and homophobic laced interview to a very patient (god bless you, whoever you are) cop.
"These girls, my sisters, these guys were talking shit to ‘em because they couldn't pick ‘em up or whatever…getting drunk, you know, whatever, having a good time. We're like no dude, f**k off…. we're walking away… we paid for this limo to wait here. I'll f**king beat you're a**!…"
Hmmm, this is a new and very interesting side to the story! Was the whole incident just a case of an older brother defending his little sisters?
The eldest Palin added:
"I've never met those guys. They were just hammered, talking shit because, like – and this is between us because, you know, my mom is here – we have a big last name, like the Palins, right? And I was like, ‘F*ck you!' because this one dude pushed my sister down, and I'm like, ‘F*ckin' stop, dude.' I'm not gonna put up with any of that."
The worst part of the interview is when Track refers to his friend who was punched out as a "little p*ssy" and says:
"He's basically a gay guy, but he's not."
Let us translate macho tough guy speak for y'all - basically Track is saying: gay guys can't fight, they're weak, and being a gay male is equivalent to being a female.
Track's gay comments are rampant throughout the audio - he repeatedly calls his opponents 'gay' and it's clear that he perceives calling someone gay to be an insult of the highest order (btw, Track, it isn't).
Listen to Track's rant in full (below)!
Well, all we can say is we're glad this brawl didn't occur on the White House lawn.
And Track - stop using gay as an insult! Thanks!