Unwilling to sit back and take his tongue lashing, Levi Johnston has decided to get his side of the story out in the form of a new book set to be released on September 20th. Up until now, the general framework of his disastrous relationship with Bristol Palin has been pretty well agreed upon by most onlookers, but with his version of the events, titled Deer In The Headlights: My Life In Sarah Palin's Crosshairs, Johnston is hoping to garner some sympathy and slander his baby's mama in the process. Hopefully for him, he hasn't bought the champagne glasses yet.

I'll be the first to admit I thought there was probably more to the couple's relationship than what has been reported in the media. Obviously, both Palin women have a vested interest in making themselves look as wholesome as possible. As such, I was willing to hear Levi out, but the material that has started leaking from the book alternates between nonsense and almost definite lies. According to The Associated Press, Johnston claims Palin got pregnant on purpose because she was mad her mother was having another child. She supposedly thought she, as a seventeen year old girl, had more right to have a kid than her mother and set about to make that happen.

Who thinks that way? And furthermore, what male agrees to let his seventeen year old girlfriend get pregnant to serve her wild revenge fantasy? If this were true, which I doubt it is, the situation is just as shameful on his part. In addition to the aforementioned allegation, Levi also apparently claims Bristol accused him of trying to show she was a bad mother. That's another head-scratcher if I've ever read one. How would that even work? I guess I understand if she thought he was telling friends she was a bad mother, but he seems to be alleging she thought he was trying to catch her in like a candid camera a-ha, you changed a diaper wrong moment.

The Palin's are far from my favorite people in the world, but no one deserves to be slandered for monetary profit. I can't say for sure that is what's going on since I wasn't there, but very little of this seems to make any logical sense. If you're interested in trying to connect the dots yourself, you can pick up the book when it comes out next week. I think I'll pass.

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