Bristol Palin defends stolen virginity comment in memoir Bristol Palin wants to make it clear that she is not accusing Levi Johnston of anything in her new memoir, ‘Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far,’ when it comes to her virginity.

Palin, who writes that her virginity was “stolen,” wants everyone to know that it is just how she felt, states TMZ. Palin went on ‘Good Morning America’ to discuss the book and to explain the comment.

“I’m not accusing Levi of date rape, or rape at all. But I am just looking back with the adult eyes I have now, and just thinking, that was a foolish decision,” Palin says about the experience.

Palin writes in her memoir that she was drunk on wine coolers when she lost her virginity to Johnston.

What do you think about what she is saying?

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