Sarah Palin: I’ve been accused of a host of nasty things, including “whore of a mother,” “whorish” and “cunt.”

Now, she’s finally got her day in court, and she’s being slammed for her own shameful past.

As a former state senator, Palin was accused of raping a 16-year-old boy, an act she denies.

In 2005, she was accused by a man of sexually assaulting a 13-year old girl, and by the man’s father in 2011 of molesting a 10-year age girl.

In her new book, It’s Time to End the Hatred: Why We Should End the Hate and Hate Media, Palin says she was wrong about all those accusations.

But she says she never should have been a politician.

“I have been called by a dozen different names,” Palin writes.

And it’s been an honor to serve you and your country.” “

In short, I’ve always been a good girl.

And it’s been an honor to serve you and your country.”

Palin says her father was “very proud” of her.

“He knew what he was doing when he said, ‘Sarah Palin, I want you to be a better person, I can’t believe you’re so wicked and I can see how bad you’ve been,'” Palin writes of her father.

“It was a very sad moment for him.”

Palin has said her father, who was divorced and had been battling alcoholism, wanted her to be the next governor of Alaska, a position she ultimately lost.

In 2013, Palin said she was “shocked” when her father told her he had a history of alcoholism and asked her to forgive him.

She said she never told her father about the allegations against her, and he had no reason to believe her.

She also says she had no idea that her father had a record of molestation.

“What a sick, twisted person,” Palin wrote.

“No one should ever be able to abuse a child.

And I know I didn’t do anything wrong.

I am sorry for being a part of the worst of human history.”

Palin also says that she did nothing wrong in 2012, when she was governor of the state, but she is accusing President Donald Trump of sexually abusing her when she visited his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, and later on when she testified before Congress about her experiences as a state lawmaker.

The former vice presidential candidate and Alaska governor has also been accused by former Republican House Speaker Jody Babbitt of groping her, but the accusations were never substantiated.

The allegations against Palin, and the former Alaska governor, are the latest in a string of high-profile controversies involving the former governor.

Palin is the first female politician to be charged in connection with an alleged assault.

Former Republican Sen. Lynn Westmoreland was convicted of sexually harassing a woman who accused him of sexual harassment.

She was sentenced to two years in prison and ordered to register as a sex offender for 20 years.

She has been released after serving only about six months.

The current Alaska governor also faces sexual harassment allegations, including one that alleged he sexually assaulted her in 2011 while she was a state senator.

Palin, now the vice president, is the latest Republican in recent months to be accused of sexual misconduct, including former House Speaker Paul Ryan, Sen. Al Franken, former House Majority Leader Eric Cantor, former New York Gov.

Andrew Cuomo and former House Minority Leader Nancy Pelosi.