Bristol Palin shares the story of the loss of her virginity in her memoir Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far, and it's far from a romantic tale. The former DWTS contestant has likely learned her lesson, but as so many teenagers do--she learned it the hard way.
According to a report from TMZ, Palin shares in her memoir about losing her virginity to her son's father, Levi Johnston--saying the two were drunk on wine coolers at the time. When she woke up, Levi was, of course, gone.
It sounds like Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston were doomed from that very first encounter. Bristol shares more accounts of Levi's complete lack of finesse in the memoir as well--including his reaction when she told him she was pregnant.
"Better be a f**king boy," he said.
And then there was the labor and delivery of son Tripp. It seems the doctor handed Levi the instrument to cut the baby's cord, and he in turn said, "Gross!" Sarah Palin cut the cord instead.
This account of Bristol Palin's life with Levi will probably speak far louder than any work she has done with anti-teen pregnancy campaigns. One can preach as long and loud as they want, but real-life excerpts tend to speak much louder.
Bristol Palin's memoir will be available in book stores and online on Tuesday, June 21.
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