Bristol Palin Virginity- Bristol Palintrashes the father of her 2½-year-old son Tripp, calling Levi Johnston 'the Gnat' in her new memoir 'Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far.'
The 'Dancing With the Stars' finalist reveals she lost her virginity to Johnston when she got drunk for the first time on wine during a camping trip, then woke up in a tent with no memory of the blackout sex. Though she and Johnston agreed they should wait until marriage, she admits they were soon intimate again. She claims that in their rocky relationship, Johnston "cheated on me about as frequently as he sharpened his hockey skates."
Palin's pregnancy at age 17 was revealed to the world when her mother,Sarah Palin, was chosen as John McCain's vice-presidential running mate in the 2008 election.
Bristol's new book, co-written with Nancy French, hits shelves June 24, and features the young mom nuzzling Tripp (obscuring part of her own face) in the cover photo.
According to theAssociated Press, which obtained an early copy of 'Not Afraid,' Palin has fond memories of childhood in Alaska. But she seems to have nothing but anger toward her ex-boyfriend, accusing him of "constantly spreading false accusations against our family." The two met in seventh grade, when the self-described straight-A student could never have predicted someday breaking the news to Johnston about her pregnancy ("Better be a [bleeping] boy," was his alleged reply) or seeing his 2009Playgirlphotos (Bristol's reaction: "Puke!").
Palin has turned her life as a teen mom and daughter of a famous Republican into alucrative speaking careeras an abstinence advocate. She also has areality showin the works, and acknowledged undergoingjaw-enhancing surgery. "I am absolutely thrilled with the results," she said recently about her new appearance. "I look older, more mature, and don't have as much of a chubby little baby face!"
As Bristol's ventures take off, both she and her mother have turned to the federal government to apply for trademarks of their own names, according toUS News and World Report, with their applications both going unchallenged by the June deadlines, a major hurdle toward approval. Sarah Palin seeks a trademark to protect her name, or "mark," for business and advertising, elections, entertainment engagements and for "providing motivational speaking services in the field of politics." Bristol Palin's application says she does motivational speaking "in the field of life choices." One benefit to trademark protection is using the U.S. federal court system to sue for infringement. Government at work!