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Bristol Palin's Baby Daddy Levi Johnston Rejected In Quest For 50/50 Custody Of Tripp!

bristol palins baby daddy levi johnston rejected in quest for 5050 custody of tripp

No shocker here!

Except for one intriguing fact!

Bristol Palin won't be having to share parenting duties of her son Tripp anytime soon with baby daddy Levi Johnston.

That's because his legal bid to get 50/50 custody of Tripp has been denied by Alaskan judge Gregory L. Heath.

Now we doubt this has anything to do with anything, but it is worth pointing out that the judge was appointed by Sarah Palin back in 2009, so if anyone felt loyal to one party of the legal tango - well, you can guess which side that would be!

Levi's petition for equal custody of their son was only filed back in October, so it didn't take long for his bid to be shot down.

We're not totally surprised. The couple already had agreed that Bristol should be the primary custody holder back when they split in 2010.

But that doesn't mean that Levi won't be able to ever see his son. It just means it will be only be on visits for a temporary amount of time.

Better something than nothing!

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2 comments to “Bristol Palin's Baby Daddy Levi Johnston Rejected In Quest For 50/50 Custody Of Tripp!”



  1. 1

    Any judge worth his salt would've rejected Levi Johnston's petition for equal custody. It was an obvious ploy to reduce his support payments. The guy was not serious about spending more time with his son. Past is prologue. Congrats, Bristol!

  2. Wes says – reply to this


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    Yes, and here come the psychics who can read someone's mind and tell the world what their *real* motivation was! Obviously it was "a ploy" because no father would ever want to have fair time with his kids, would he?

    Women who use this ploy to trivialize the deep emotions that most men have for their kids make me vomit.