Levi Johnston Naming Daughter After a Gun


And we thought Hollywood was the home of weird baby names. Thanks to the Palins — and Bristol's baby daddy Levi Johnston — Wasilla, Alaska, is giving Tinseltown a run for its money. The latest addition? Breeze Beretta, the unborn daughter of Johnston and his new girlfriend Sunny Oglesby. The baby will become the half-sister of Johnston and Palin's 3-year-old son, Tripp, and, for those taking count, the Palin family also consists of Track, Trig, Willow, and Piper, in addition to Johnston's sister Mercede.

Although Breeze Beretta is a head-scratcher, there is special meaning for Johnston and Oglesby, who have announced publicly that they conceived their daughter during a hunting trip. The middle name, Beretta, is a nod to the high-end Italian gun manufacturer, which Daddy claims in a new interview with "Inside Edition" is "my favorite shotgun." Breeze has not even been born yet, but she already has Johnston wrapped around her finger. During the interview, the 21-year-old proud papa also showed off a new tattoo on the inside of his right arm that spells out Breeze in cursive, which mirrors the one he has for Tripp on his left bicep.

Unlike the relationship with Palin, Johnston says with Oglesby, who is five-and-a-half-months pregnant, "I'm actually in love." The unemployed oil-worker-turned-model also explained the $38,000 Palin claims he owes her in back child support. "I love Tripp more than anything, and he is my son, but I don't feel like a dad to him," said Johnston, who has claimed in the past that the Palin family won't allow him to the boy. "Hopefully one day I can be."

Of course, Palin, also 21, tells a different story. In an interview with In Touch last month after Johnston announced he was going to be a dad again, she insisted he "continues to lie" about custody and even admitted she was "hurt" by his news. "I wish Levi would be like, 'Hey Bristol, can I have Tripp for the weekend?' I would be so willing and glad to do that." She also worries Johnston's irresponsibility will only come back to haunt Tripp years from now. "I don't want him to go to elementary school with 10 half-siblings," she tells the magazine. "That would really affect him. I hope that this child is raised with two parents. He needs to step up to the plate and be there. I thought he had learned his lesson the first time."

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