LISTEN: Bristol Palin’s weepy, foul-mouthed post-brawl statement to police
In audio obtained by the gossip website TMZ, Bristol Palin — daughter of former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) — can be heard telling police her side of the story in the infamous family brawl that took place earlier this year.
Palin herself appears on the tape briefly, chiding her daughter for swearing in front of a police officer. Other partygoers can be heard talking in the background, as well.
According to Bristol Palin, an older woman pushed her sister Willow at a house party held at the residence of Korey Klingenmeyer in South Anchorage on Sep. 6.
“Oh, f*cking hell no,” Bristol tells police on tape, “no one is going touch my sister.”
Things at the party escalated from there, erupting into a massive, drunken brawl that witnesses described as being “like the Jerry Springer Show.”
Audio surfaced on Tuesday night of Klingenmeyer’s version of events, in which he said Bristol Palin repeatedly struck him in the face.
On Tuesday, the Alaska Dispatch released more police audio and photos from the scene. Included were the 911 call that summoned police to the scene and more interviews with the parties involved.
No charges were filed in the incident.
Listen to audio of the police interview, embedded below: