In Bristol Palin‘s new memoir she writes about “the gnat named Levi Johnston” and how she lost her virginity to him after getting drunk from too many wine coolers on a camping trip.
Bristol, 20-year-old single mother and daughter of Sarah Palin, has a new autobiography out titled, Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far.
According to The Associated Press, Bristol describes the father of her son as “the gnat named Levi Johnston constantly spreading false accusations against our family,” and says he “cheated on me about as frequently as he sharpened his hockey skates.”
She writes about losing her virginity to Levi during a camping trip with him after she got drunk (for the first time) from too many wine coolers.
Bristol says she woke up alone in a tent with no memory of what happened. She had lied to her parents about where she was going and vowed to wait until marriage.
They both agreed they wouldn’t do it again until they were married, but they didn’t keep that promise.
Bristol says she was on birth control pills to treat cramps when she got pregnant and it took eight home pregnancy tests before she believed the results that she was pregnant.
According to Bristol, Levi’s reaction to the news was “Better be a (bleeping) boy.”