See the Video That Broke Up Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston
By Zach Dionne Posted Oct 4th 2010 03:45PM
And now that video is here! It's a steamy pop tune from Minnesota singer Brittani Senser, Johnston's date to the Teen Choice Awards in August. The clip, debuted by E! Online and titled 'After Love,' features a mother's disapproval of her daughter's beau and the tumultuous relationship that ensues. Sound familiar? It did to Bristol, who told PEOPLE the following:
"The final straw was [Levi] flying to Hollywood for what he told me was to see some hunting show but come to find out it was that music video mocking my family. He's just obsessed with the limelight and I got played."
See the video for 'After Love':
"He's looking forward to doing it," Rex Butler, Johnston's attorney told The Associated Press prior to the video shoot. "It will give him an opportunity to act a little bit in front of a camera. He's done a commercial before, but something like this is a little more involved."
"None of this has anything to do with the Palins," contends Entertainment Weekly of the video's subject matter.
A Flood of Johnston Pics
Levi Johnston and Brittani Senser arrive at the 2010 Teen Choice Awards at Gibson Amphitheatre on August 8, 2010 in Universal City, California. 2010 Teen Choice Awards - Arrivals Gibson Amphitheatre Universal City, CA United States August 8, 2010 Photo by Jon Kopaloff/FilmMagic.com To license this image (17361101), contact FilmMagic.com
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