Homeless Woman Tries to Take Custody of Sarah Palin’s Son in Bizarre Case
Sarah Palin has been forced into a bizarre court case with her own child after a random woman filed documents trying to take custody of the politician’s 10-year-old son.
According to The Blast, court documents show that an Alaskan woman named Anne Mulligan recently filed an affidavit in an Anchorage court for custody of Palin’s son, Trig.
Mulligan says she is Trig’s grandmother, and even spells his name incorrectly as “Trigg,” she claims that she wants primary physical custody of him.
Mulligan does not have any actual connection with the Palins, does not explain why she is filing for an “uncontested custody.” She adds that she was Sarah to have access to a “supervised visit,” and listed the former governor of Alaska’s net worth as $12 million.
Mulligan’s address is listed as a local homeless shelter in Alaska. Ironically, she also filed for restraining orders against Palin’s other children, Bristol, Willow, and Track.
Even though the case is active, a judge will most likely throw out the bizarre request.