Two of Sarah Palin's children vaulted into the spotlight this week as the National Enquirer reports that Willow, Sarah Palin's 15-year old daughter, has landed in trouble.
According the National Enquirer, Willow attended an age-inappropriate party involving drinking, beer pong, loud music and property destruction, held at the old residence of one of Palin's buddies who had earlier broken into the house.
Police were eventually called to the scene to investigate, and when they questioned the host, she outed Willow as one of the party-goers.
Needless to say, Sarah Palin was furious when she found out, a source told the National Enquirer.
This isn't the first time Willow Palin has received media attention for wild behavior. In July 2009, Star Magazine reported that it had pictures of the teenager chugging vodka and smoking pot. In 2008, the National Enquirer also reported that Track Palin, Sarah's oldest son, was addicted to the prescription drug oxycontin. The ex-governor wasn't happy then, either.
A classmate of Willow's reported to the National Enquirer:
"Willow has been running with the wrong crowd," confides a friend. "They are a popular high school clique known as the Colony Girls, who are well known as hard partiers and are regularly involved in underage drinking and smoking dope."
Willow, however, isn't the only Palin to grace tabloid pages this week. Nineteen-year old mom, Bristol Palin, who in her younger years was similarly notorious for being one of Wassilla's wilder kids, gave an interview to InTouch Magazine in which she talks about past mistakes, the struggles of being a single mother, and the blessing of her 1-year old son, Tripp.
From the InTouch interview:
Bristol admits she made an error in judgment when she got pregnant by Levi -- but insists she will not make the same mistake again. "I'm not going to have sex until I'm married," she tells In Touch. "I can guarantee it." Now, as the teen ambassador for Candie's, Bristol wants to do speaking engagements to promote safe sex and abstinence.
Earlier in January, Bristol Palin also established her own PR and consulting firm, BSMP LLC.
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