Sarah Palin’s Family Was Involved In A Huge Brawl At A Birthday Party

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Sarah Palin’s Family Was Involved In A Huge Brawl At A Birthday Party
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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

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The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

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The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

Google / Via google.com

The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

Google / Via google.com

The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

Google / Via google.com

The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

Google / Via google.com

The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

Google / Via google.com

The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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The Palin family in 2008. Getty Images Chip Somodevilla

Former Alaska governor and Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin and her family attended a party last Saturday that ended in a brawl.

The party was thrown to celebrate the birthday of twin brothers Matt and Marc McKenna. Anchorage blogger Amanda Coyne first broke the story and described the gathering as an "unofficial birthday/Iron Dog-type/snowmachine party." The New York Times later added that the party was attended by "snowmobile racers, construction workers and other longtime Alaskans." It was held in a suburban Anchorage neighborhood:

Google / Via google.com

The Palin family rolled up to the party in a stretch Hummer limo.

All accounts of the party mention the Hummer. Real Clear Politics reporter and Palin biographer Scott Conroy tweeted Friday that the limo was chosen for the birthday of Sarahs husband Todd Palin:


Conroy tweeted that a source had provided him with the Palins' side of the story.

At some point during the party, Palin's son Track began fighting with another person.

Witnesses said Track confronted his sister's ex-boyfriend. The Times reported it was Willow's ex, but according to Conroys source, it was Bristols who started the trouble:


Track Palin (left) and Willow Palin in 2008. Getty Images Justin Sullivan

The fight escalated and about 20 people got involved.

Police told The Alaska Dispatch News that 20 people ultimately ended up in the fight. Coyne wrote that the brawlers were screaming, swearing and punching each other.

Among those throwing punches: Bristol Palin. Multiple accounts mention the former governors oldest daughter joining the fight, with Coyne adding that she apparently punched the partys host in the face.

Bristol Palin in February. Kevork Djansezian / Getty Images News


Then Sarah stepped in.

It's not clear what Sarah Palin's role was in all of this. Conroy says she went full Mama Grizzly but didn't elaborate on what that meant. Various accounts mention Sarah yelling, but apparently not getting physical.



The Palins eventually left in their Hummer limo, but according to The Times not before Sarah unleashed several rounds of profanity.

Sarah Palin in 2012. Bill Pugliano / Getty Images

Eventually the police came and broke things up.

Authorities are still looking into the fight and no one has been charged. A statement issued to multiple news outlets stated that alcohol was a factor.

Justin Sullivan / Getty Images

Jonathan Ernst / Reuters

AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.
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AP Photo/Alex Brandon

And finally: Sarah Palin wore red, white, and blue shoes to the party/brawl.

Both Conroys account and Coynes mention Sarahs shoes.


Coyne described them as "platform high-tops with the American flag emblazoned on them." There were no other mentions of the other guests’ attire, though Coyne does add that Track was shirtless at one point.

Anchorage police, various witnesses, and the owner of the home where the party took place did not return phone calls seeking comment from BuzzFeed News.

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