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Levi Johnston: Sarah Palin Wanted To Keep Bristol's Pregnancy A Secret

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Levi Johnston, baby daddy of Bristol Palin, has a lot to say about the Palin family, and not a lot of it is good – well, much of it is bad, really.  Johnston claims that Palin wanted to keep her daughter’s pregnancy a secret, and there was not a lot of parenting happening in the Palin household.

In a new interview with Vanity Fair, “Me and Mrs. Palin,” Levi, 19, is speaking about what went on in the Palin household while he lived there for two months.

Here are a few snippets of that interview:

“There wasn’t much parenting in that house. Sarah doesn’t cook, Todd doesn’t cook—the kids would do it all themselves: cook, clean, do the laundry, and get ready for school.

Most of the time Bristol would help her youngest sister with her homework, and I’d barbecue chicken or steak on the grill…

… Sarah told me she had a great idea: we would keep it a secret—nobody would know that Bristol was pregnant. She told me that once Bristol had the baby she and Todd would adopt him. That way, she said, Bristol and I didn’t have to worry about anything.

Sarah kept mentioning this plan. She was nagging—she wouldn’t give up. She would say, ‘So, are you gonna let me adopt him?’ We both kept telling her we were definitely not going to let her adopt the baby.”

So, do you suppose it’s true?  And regardless of whether it is, or isn’t, shouldn’t Levi, perhaps, NOT talk about his son’s family in a negative light?

Levi and Bristol’s son Tripp is 8-months-old.

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