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Bristol Palin exploiting divorce with Meyer to promote her show


Bristol Palin has dragged the name of ex-husband Dakota Meyer to new lows, this time talking about his Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder on a TV reality show.

The daughter of former Alaska Governor Sarah Palin, Bristol Palin was featured in the original MTV series Teen Mom before having two children with Marine Medal of Honor recipient Dakota Meyer.

Now coming onto the spinoff series, Teen Mom OG, the celebrity daughter is seemingly using Meyer as a dramatic device for her own fame, blaming his PTSD for all of their problems.

According to Newsweek, however, Meyer admitted his traumas have a lot to do with their marital issues.

In an upcoming episode, Palin and Meyer will discuss whether or not they can co-exist as parents, with three kids (two of them sired by Meyer) hanging in the fray.

“I’m anxious about it. I have major anxiety,” Palin said in a preview clip. “Are we staying in the house together or… I just want to rip the Band-Aid off and get it over with. I don’t want to fight. I don’t want to have any sort of drama at all.”

A photo posted to Instagram by Bristol Palin


Of course, the following clip shows that Meyer had moved all of her things out of their bedroom, leading to another series of conflicts.

Meyer recently showed off the Teen Mom OG crew from his Kentucky farm, taking his daughter, Sailor Grace, for a hayride and cooking up a barbeque with the crew.

The couple’s feud continues to be escalating, with Palin going so far as to accuse Meyer of missing his second daughter’s birth, despite claims from Meyer that he wasn’t allowed to be present.

The drama between the Marine veteran and his debutant ex-spouse apparently broke up their marriage, with Palin confirming the legal split in August of 2018.

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