Los Angeles, October 29 -- Multiple media reports hit the Internet early this month claiming that Levi Johnston, the teen baby daddy of Bristol Palin's son, is ready to expose for Playgirl magazine. Now, it’s confirmed that Levi is indeed disrobing for a gay-favorite magazine, Playgirl.
Few months ago, Bristol Palin's ex-fiancé Levi exposed a bit when he posed shirtless with his infant son for GQ magazine. Now, the 19-year-old baby daddy of Sarah Palin's grandson is ready to appear nude in an online photoshoot for Playgirl.
Levi to go full frontal
According to gossip Website TMZ, Levi's manager has confirmed that he will go the full monty for the adult magazine Playgirl.
TMZ has published a statement from the manager, saying: "Everything's gonna hang out. We're talking full Johnson."
Earlier, reports had claimed that Levi is working out with bodybuilder Marvin Jones 18 hours a week to prepare for the online Playgirl magazine photoshoot in which he will show the world his naked physique.
A Playgirl rep tells TMZ of the shoot: "We're working on some athletic scene stuff for Levi: gyms, rinks - that sort of thing."
The manager tells the Web site Levi is preparing for the nude photoshoot on Nov. 16-- the same day his almost-mother-in-law Sarah Palin makes her Oprah debut.
Reuters reports that Levi on Wednesday appeared on CBS’ “Early Show” and talked about his plans to appear full frontal in Playgirl magazine, emphasizing that it will be done tastefully.
“I’m not gonna just go out there and get naked,” Reuters quoted him as saying.
Palin vs. Levi – again
Meanwhile, former Republican vice presidential candidate Sarah Palin has criticized Levi’s decision to bare all for Playgirl.
"Consider the source of the most recent attention-getting lies," she says. "Those who would sell their body for money reflect a desperate need for attention and are likely to say and do anything for even more attention."
Levi knows how to hurt Palin
Palin’s verbal attack on Wasilla resident Levi, who had a child out of wedlock with her daughter, Bristol, came soon after the teen daddy claimed that Palin called her baby son Trig- who has Down syndrome- "retarded".
During his two-part interview for CBS's The Early Show on Wednesday, Levi said Palin has done a whole lot worse, adding he knows things that could get her "in trouble and could hurt her."
"I'm not gonna go that far," Johnston said. "You know, I mean, if I really wanted to hurt her, I could very easily. But there's – I'm not gonna do it."
Palin fires back
In response to Levi’s comments, the former Alaskan governor issued a statement through her spokeswoman, saying: "We have purposefully ignored the mean spirited, malicious and untrue attacks on our family," Palin said in a statement.
"We, like many, are appalled at the inflammatory statements being made or implied. Trig is our 'blessed little angel' who knows it and is lovingly called that every day of his life," she added.