Track was charged with domestic violence, interfering with a report of domestic violence, resisting arrest and disorderly conduct. He appeared in court in Palmer, Alaska, on Saturday, September 29, and pleaded “not guilty, for sure” to the four misdemeanors.
Track was previously arrested on domestic violence charges in December 2017 after he was accused of breaking into his parents’ home and assaulting his Todd. He pleaded guilty to first-degree criminal trespassing in June of this year as part of a plea deal.
At the time of his 2017 arrest, Track was serving two years of probation for allegedly punching his then-girlfriend and pointing a gun at her. Thus probation didn’t work. Just three months after he was given an alternative to serving time in jail, he committed another domestic assault.
No doubt Track is reflecting on his options at this point.
He is rumored to be considering serving on the US Supreme Court. If that doesn’t work out he is considering a reality television show about teenage dads in jail.