Bristol Palin slams baby-daddy Levi Johnston

Matt Hage/ABC via Getty ImagesBristol Palin says her son Tripp's father

Bristol Palin is calling out her deadbeat baby daddy in his bid to get 50-50 custody of their 4-year-old son.

According to TMZ, Palin says Levi Johnston is $67,000 behind in child support for li’l Tripp, although he continues to go on expensive trips and buy cars.

She also accuses him of spending big bucks on hunting, though it’s unclear if that means he has been hanging out of helicopters with a scoped rifle — a practice called aerial wolf gunning that his son’s grandmammy Sarah Palin has supported.

Bristol apparently wants the judge to state out loud that Johnston is unemployed by choice — i.e., he’s a bum.

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