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In Interview Bristol Palin Discusses the Feeling that Her Virginity Was ‘Stolen,‘ Laments ’Foolish Decisions’


"I'm not accusing Levi of date rape..."

In her new book "Not Afraid of Life: My Journey So Far" and in recent interviews, Bristol Palin has made some bold statements regarding the loss of her virginity and the mistakes that she's made along the way.

According to her own account, the 20-year-old mother lost her virginity one night when she consumed too much wine. The next day, she awoke in dismay at the poor decision she had made. The Daily Mail has more:

‘Suddenly, I wondered why it was called ‘losing your virginity, because it felt more like it had been stolen,’ she writes in her memoir: ‘Not Afraid Of Life: My Journey So Far’.

She says she bitterly regrets falling pregnant the way she did and is now abstaining from sex until she gets married again.

While Palin has strong words for the father of her son and though she has expressed feeling as though her virginity was "stolen," she has been clear in explaining that Johnston did not rape her. This morning, in an interview with "Good Morning America," (GMA) she said the following:

"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."

Watch, below, to see her explain the mistakes she's made, while addressing the loss of her virginity:

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