Word from the Vineyard is that police broke up a rowdy party in West Tisbury the other night, and we hear that one of the guests was none other than 18-year-old first daughter Malia Obama.

West Tisbury police declined to confirm that Malia was one of the kids who were shooed out of the bash at a private home near the presidential summer digs, citing “national security.”

“Seriously?” we inquired. “That’s what you’re going with?”

“Sounds like a good excuse, doesn’t it?” said the officer, who also declined to give us the address or the homeowners’ names.

“We responded to a noise complaint, like we do numerous times this time of year,” he said. “We told them to go home and they did.”

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Malia, of course, was escorted home by her Secret Service squad, who, we’re told, got her outta there right quick when the heat showed up!

Coincidentally — or not — President Obama and Malia went for a walk together “on a trail near their residence” yesterday morning, according to the White House pool reports. Do you think there was a little father-daughter chat about how Malia might make better use of her “gap year” — the time she’s taking off before entering Harvard in September 2017?

Malia may have already been in hot water with mom and dad after pics surfaced on Tuesday of her taking a drag off of a funny-looking cigarette at the Lollapaloozaconcert in Chicago last week. But then again, the prez admitted in his book “Dreams of My Father” that he indulged in weed and “maybe a little blow” as a youngster, so what’s he gonna say?

As always, the White House declined to comment on the first daughters’ activities, citing their privacy. We gotta say, Malia’s younger sister, Sasha, 15 — who made headlines last week when the Track revealed she went out and got herself a real job bussing tables at a Vineyard restaurant — is definitely winning the summer.

File Under: Ain’t Nothin’ But a House Party.


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