Sarah Palin's got another Wasilla wild child on her hands - 15-year-old daughter Willow who's running with the "wrong crowd".
Big sister Bristol made headlines with her out-of-wedlock pregnancy, and now Willow has been named as a participant in a teenage booze bash that got out of hand, say sources.
"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 recently attended a party thrown at a school pal's former family home - after others broke into it, according to the friend.
"About two dozen kids broke into the house that was up for sale. They drank, played beer pong, listened to loud music - and trashed the place.
"Police were notified, and they investigated the incident for possible vandalism and breaking and entering. When the pal who threw the bash was questioned by police, she named Willow as one of the partiers."
And when word got back to Sarah about Willow's involvement, "she was furious," said the source.
The friend also maintains that Willow has a definite rebel streak like siblings, 20-year-old Track and 19-year-old Bristol.
In July 2009, Willow was photographed slamming back a bottle of vodka at a Juneau house party. "Sarah was fuming when that photo of Willow was published," said the friend.
Her older sister Bristol scandalized her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska, as a dope-smoking underage drinker and party girl. At 17, she announced she was pregnant - by hunky Levi Johnston whose mother was later sent to jail for pushing drugs.
Bristol, who gave birth to baby Tripp in December 2008, later organized an much ballyhooed advocacy group to prevent teen pregnancy.
Track, meanwhile, has had drug problems in the past, and was addicted to the painkiller OxyContin before shipping off to Iraq.
The former Alaska governor - who ran for vice president on a family values platform - is upset that Willow's wild behavior could cause her embarrassment as she promotes her new gig as Fox News commentator.
"Right now, Sarah's trying to sweep the whole thing under the rug," the source said.
WWGWD? - What would George Washington do?
A commenter at the blog, Bree Palin, is reporting that "I have also heard that Willow has lawyered up (I guess Fleabag has a bulk rate) and isn't admitting to anything at this point. There may be some charges headed her way soon."
These kids have sacrificed so much to their mom's and dad's ambitions. I heard about the party bust and vandalism involving Willow last week, but waited until it was published. Track and Bristol are now adults, and can leave the Palins' dysfunctional household anytime they wish. Apparently, Track has. Willow can't leave the fold, though, unless she turns herself in to a shelter or seeks help from the state.
I'll bet if Angelina Jolie offers Sarah enough money, Palin will let Jolie adopt Willow.
I think Sarah's prayer networks should spend more time praying for these poor kids, than they do for Sarah. I wonder how many of the nutty people at places like the Palin shrines actually care for her children past the pathetic, ill-informed platitudes and false good cheer they throw in the kids' direction from time to time.
note - I've been reluctant to print from National Enquirer articles about Palin in the past. The only post at PA I've ever pulled, was a story from the Enquirer about Palin in 2008. Now that Palin is a FOX News "analyst," I feel that the National Enquirer and Sarah Palin deserve to spend more time together. Fair and balanced?
hat tips - Bree Palin and commenters there