A custody case between Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston has been closed, and an attorney says the two likely will work out any future differences regarding their 3-year-old son on their own.
Alaska court records show the case involving Sarah Palin's grandson Tripp was closed this month after a lack of activity.
Johnston attorney Rex Butler said Monday the best way to interpret the development is that the parties likely will resolve any problems themselves. An attorney for Bristol Palin didn't immediately respond to a request for comment.
Just to be clear, Rex Butler has NOTHING to do with Levi anymore. And he certainly should not be acting as his spokesman!
This information came as an absolute surprise to, not only me, but some family members as well. To be honest I am not even positive that Levi knew it was about to happen. My last communication with any of them stated that they were still itching to take this to court.
As I reported before Bristol had reached out to Levi and told him that she did not want to get lawyers involved in a custody battle and then suggested that they could work things out themselves.
With the arrival of a new baby, it looks like Levi may have become distracted and held off pursuing this thinking that he still had time. However it looks like the courts may have made the decision for him.
The problem is that the Palins NEVER do anything unselfishly, which means that Levi will surely live to regret trusting Bristol and not insisting that they work this out legally.
I don't care how many bouquets of flowers Bristol sends (On Tripp's behalf of course) she is NEVER going to allow Levi to have any control over how often, or when he gets to see his son. Right now Tripp is the ONLY weapon she has to hurt Levi (Who she is clearly still pining over) and she will use him to bludgeon Levi into submission until either he has had enough and walks out of Tripp's life forever, or he mans up and takes her to court to make damn sure that he remains an important part of his boy's life.
Believe me when I say I have been down this road and I know exactly where it leads. And my ex had NOTHING on this hateful tribe of backstabbers!
P.S. Of course as far as I know they STILL have a custody agreement that Bristol has constantly failed to honor, so Levi COULD simply stand before a judge and have Bristol held in contempt. It should be a no-brainer since there are reams of video evidence documenting all of the times when Tripp was taken out of state and unavailable for his visits with his father. Personally I don't know why he did not do this a long time ago?