Bristol Palin dumped Levi Johnston in large part because of her two-time ex-fiance's dalliances (real or rumored) with exes Lanesia Garcia and Briana Plum.
But a music video he was set to film for Brittani Senser's song "After Love" may have played a role in breaking off the engagement, and you sorta see why.
Brittani's music video involves a girlfriend's overbearing and manipulative mother, implications of blackmail, a forced breakup, a naked love romp, and so forth.
Sarah and Bristol Palin believe the video is directly (and inaccurately) based on them, and Levi was mocking the former Alaska Governor by participating.
Is that even true, though? Here are the details:
"Levi has just been stopped by a police officer," the script for the "After Love" video reads. "He didn't do anything wrong. This doesn't seem to matter though as the authorities basically harass Levi and provoke him to react."
Poor, unsuspecting Levi is then yanked from his car, searched and then, despite him being clean, is handcuffed and tossed in the back of a patrol car.
Levi, the police officer and the evil mother figure are later captured in an empty parking lot, setting up the blackmail portion of Brittani Senser's vid.
"Levi starts to yell at Brittani's mother," the script reads. "She just throws a thick manila envelope on the hood of the car. She tells him to open it."
"He opens it and immediately his face goes pale."
Possible parallels, sure. But is that really something to get worked up about? There's also a modest Levi-Brittani naked cuddle session, of course ...
"Levi strokes Brittani's hair, they intertwine fingers, they laugh, she kisses his shoulder, he runs his hand gently down her back," the script says.
Responsible for Bristol Palin dumping Levi or not, Senser supports her music video man - he will accompany her to the Teen Choice Awards Sunday.