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Some relatives of former vice presidential candidate and ex-Alaska governor Sarah Palin were reportedly involved in a 'bloody brawl' at an Alaska home last weekend.
Police told the Alaska Dispatch News that about 20 people were involved in the fight outside a home in Anchorage. The incident involved people who had been attending a nearby party.
According to the Dispatch News, police said some members of the Palin family had attended the party. But police did not say whether members of the family were involved in the fight.
However, other reports of the incident say Palin's family was part of the melee. Eric Thompson told ABC News that he saw Bristol Palin, the daughter of the former Alaska governor, punch someone multiple times. He said he heard Sarah Palin scream out as the family left the party.
Alaska blogger, Amanda Coyne, suggests part of the alleged altercation was sparked when Track Palin saw an ex-boyfriend of his younger sister, Willow.