Sarah Palin’s daughter is proving hell hath no fury like an Alaskan scorned – especially one with publishing contacts.
Bristol Palin writes in her new book, due out next week, that her romance with ex-boyfriend Levi Johnston – he of Playgirl fame – was one of “deception and disappointment.”
He “cheated on me about as frequently as he sharpened his hockey skates,” Palin wrote of the bad boy for whom she first fell in seventh grade.
The “Dancing with the Stars” vet goes on to denigrate her former flame as “the gnat named Levi Johnston,” in the teenage tell-all, entitled “Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far.”
Johnston, for his part, has promised to offer his own version of the affair in a rebuttal book: “Deer in the Headlights: My Life in Sarah Palin’s Crosshairs.”
For now, readers must make do with Bristol’s, 20, account of their sometimes sordid and failed romance.
The tawdry book includes prurient details of how Bristol Palin claims Levi Johnston deflowered her during a camping trip on which she got tanked for the first time.
A pitiful Palin recounts how she awoke, alone, in her tent with no memory of what had transpired, while a joyful Johnston boasted of the conquest on his cell phone to friends.
Palin had previously vowed to wait until marriage, she writes.
In time, Johnston knocked up Palin, who added in the book she was initially so incredulous of positive home pregnancy kits, it took eight tests to convince her she was with child.
The couple eventually had a son named Tripp, born in late 2008.
But soon after, Palin writes she found a text on Johnston’s cell phone revealing he once again had strayed. Johnston later confessed and left the Palin home.