” they hear the loud thud of Track slamming the phone down in the other room, and see an angry Track pacing around in his room, yelling, “I’m gonna fucking kick his ass! 51) Track then drives straight over to Levi’s house and, according to Bristol, “let’s just say Track was an ‘abstinence only’ advocate when it came to his sisters, and he was ready to enforce that philosophy with his fists.” Bristol immediately texts her brother to not tell their parents about her having sex, and Track replies, “Only if you promise to never do that again! However, some of the other kids at school begin giving Bristol a hard time.

They began by threatening Bristol and telling her to stay away from their boyfriends, and then, things got serious when some of Bristol’s classmates posted an Internet threat against Willow.

“An eight-grade girl told 12-year-old Willow that her Samoan brothers were going to gang-rape her,” said Bristol. 67) Later, a boy posted on My Space: “Bristol’s a slut when she’s drunk and a slut when she’s sober.” Bristol says these early bullying incidents helped her develop a tough exterior and handle all of the gossip about her family.

I had to now.” Meeting Levi Johnston In seventh grade, Bristol’s locker is conveniently right next to Levi Johnston’s, and she soon succumbed to his good looks and cockiness.

When her English teacher assigned her a letter to be inserted into a time capsule, Bristol wrote about her desire to own 50 pairs of jeans, to have her own pig, to go to a Lakers game, meeting President Bush, and, last but not least, wrote, “I have a crush on Levi Johnston.” (Pg. You’re supposed to ask me in person.” Crazy Uncle Mike Bristol’s Uncle Mike, a burly state trooper standing six foot four and weighing in at 250 pounds, was the cause of some early drama in her life.

4) Despite being brought up in a Christian household determined to save herself until marriage, Bristol laments the fact that her virginity had been “stolen,” and as she surveys the evidence in the tent, soon realizes that “all of my plans, my promises, and my moral standards had disappeared in one awful night in a series of bad decisions.” Bristol also regrets that Levi wasn’t even there to comfort her, and instead of waking up in his arms—like they do in the movies—she came to “in a cold tent alone as he talked with his friends on the other side of the canvas.” (Pg.

5) Bristol soon reaches the inevitable conclusion: “I was going to marry Levi.

Unbeknownst to Bristol, her older brother Track—Levi’s hockey teammate—is listening in on the call.

When her friend says, “Bristol and Levi had sex last night! Bullying at School After moving into the Alaska governor’s mansion in Juneau, Bristol falls in with a new group of friends, and is courted by a gentleman named Hunter Wolfe, who sends her flowers after they share their first kiss (the relationship soon fizzles out because Bristol has trouble reacting to such chivalrous treatment).A few days later, he invites her to the movies, and after the film, leans in to kiss Bristol. “Of course, he was texting a girl—because he was with that girl when I wasn’t around,” recalls Bristol.Afterward, he looks her in the eye and says, “I just had to do that.” “Why? It would be the first of several lies Levi allegedly told, including lying about owning a truck, saying he’d catch fish when he didn’t catch any, bragging about having money when he didn’t, etc.Later on, Uncle Mike carries out a very public affair with the mother of Bristol’s friend Jenna.The affair results in Bristol’s Aunt Molly divorcing Uncle Mike, Jenna’s mom getting kicked out of the Mormon church, and Bristol losing all her friends, as kids at school chose sides between Bristol’s family and Jenna’s, a la “Team Jolie or Team Aniston.” (Pg.His only response is, “Better be a fucking boy.” (Pg.