Audio: Bristol Says 'Old Lady' Started Drunk Brawl

Palin also reportedly says on tape that guy knocked her down, spewed obscenities
By Jenn Gidman,  Newser Staff
Posted Oct 22, 2014 10:00 AM CDT
Audio: Bristol Says 'Old Lady' Started Drunk Brawl
In this May 29, 2011, file photo, Bristol Palin, daughter of former GOP VP candidate Sarah Palin, smiles in Washington.   (AP Photo/Alex Brandon, File)

Sarah Palin has already offered an explanation for the reportedly booze-fueled brouhaha in Anchorage her family was involved in last month, but now there's apparently audiotape to supplement that account. TMZ has released what it says is a copy of Bristol, Willow, and Sarah Palin's complaints to police outside a Sept. 6 party that got out of control (Radar and Extra also posted portions of the audio). The woman on the tape alleged to be Bristol "hysterically" tells cops that sister Willow had come up to her at the bash and said, "‘Some old lady just [expletive] pushed me. She just hit me." Bristol then adds that when she went to confront the alleged pusher, "some guy gets in my face, pushes me down on the grass, drags me across the grass! [Says to me], 'You sl-t, you f---ing c-nt." (Willow says on the tape that that guy was Korey Klingenmeyer, the host of the party.)

Bristol then expands her litany of injustices: "They took my $300 sunglasses. They took my f---ing shoes and I’m f---ing left here? … Where is my s--t? I have a 5-year-old in the car!" The police report indicates Klingenmeyer asked Bristol to leave because he didn't want her to pick fights with anyone. Sarah Palin—who can allegedly be heard on the tape advising her progeny not to use obscenities and saying, "But they let the bad guys go!"—posted support for Bristol on Facebook on Sept. 19, raving, "I love my Bristol! My straight-shooter is one of the strongest young women you'll ever meet. I have to say this as a proud mama: … my kids' defense of family makes my heart soar!" (Read more Bristol Palin stories.)

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