Bristol Palin calls it quits with Levi Johnston

August 4th, 2010 by Staff

LOS ANGELES — Teen mom Bristol Palin has broken off her engagement to Levi Johnston for a second time — less than a month after telling the world she planned to marry the father of her young son.
The 19-year-old daughter of politician Sarah Palin was quoted on Tuesday as telling People magazine “It’s over. I broke up with him.”
She said her on-again, off-again relationship with Johnston, 20, soured on July 14 — the day the couple announced in rival celebrity magazine Us Weekly that they had secretly become engaged again and planned to marry soon.
In an interview with People, Palin said Johnston told her that same evening he might have fathered a baby with another teenage girl. The girl has since denied Johnston is the father.
Bristol Palin’s pregnancy and first engagement to Johnston were revealed during her mother’s Republican vice-presidential campaign in 2008, providing some awkward moments for the staunch conservative who supports the teaching of abstinence in schools as a form of sex education.
The young couple broke up later in 2008, and Johnston went on to pose nude for Playgirl magazine and publicly criticized the Palin family. He later apologized for his comments and admitted some of what he said was untrue.
Bristol Palin said last month that her family was not supportive of their re-engagement. On Tuesday, Palin said she and Johnston had seen each other only once in three weeks.

One Response

  1. Joe Cynical

    who cares shes just like her idiotic mom. Numerous failed attempts to be cool and relevant. I may regret saying this but i can understand why we as a country and or culture are hated. the same people that make American Idol and Jersey Shore #1 shows make our country look like a bunch of “feeble minded” idiots.

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