The two-time mother and spokeswoman for “Abstinence” had used family connections to frustrate parenting. At one point the case was sealed.
There was no activity on the case. Perhaps the parties grew tired of fighting.
Alaska Superior Court Judge Kari Kristiansen of Palmer ruled on Dec. 23 that Bristol Palin hadn’t provided any evidence that Tripp would be harmed by the anticipated publicity. She ordered all the sealed records opened.
In addition, Sharon Gleason, presiding judge for the judicial district, ruled against Bristol Palin’s request to use pseudonyms.
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