Bristol Palin Breaks Up With Levi Johnston: 'I Got Played'

Well, that was quick: Bristol Palin and Levi Johnston are over, again.

In an interview with People magazine, the daughter of former vice presidential candidate and Alaska Governor Sarah Palin said that she and the father of her19-month-old son Tripp will not be getting married.

"It's over. I broke up with him," Palin told People.

According to the magazine, Palin, 19, and Johnston's relationship went south the same day they went public with their rekindled romance. She claims that on the evening of July 14, he revealed that he may have fathered a baby with another teen girl.

Palin didn't name the young woman. Rumors swirled last week that Johnston, 20, had impregnated his former girlfriend, Lanesia Garcia. But Garcia, 20, told on Saturday that those reports are "not true at all."

Palin claims she's only seen Johnston once in the past three weeks. What eventually pushed her away were his fame-hungry ways.

"The final straw was him flying to Hollywood for what he told me was to see some hunting show but come to find out it was that music video mocking my family," she told People. "He's just obsessed with the limelight and I got played."

But she hasn't lost hope that she'll find love and a man to be a father for Tripp.

"I have faith that I'll find it," she told People. "Through this whole experience I know I need a man who's going to be completely honest with me and someone who loves me and Tripp and wants to be with him all the time. I also want someone who has religious beliefs and a good family."

She's got support from her mother.

"I wish for Bristol to be able to move forward in life with her same forgiving, gracious, optimistic spirit, but from henceforth she'll know to trust but verify," Sarah Palin said in a statement to People. "Bristol is strong, she is independent, and she knows what is right for her son."

While Sarah Palin didn't condone her daughter reuniting with Johnston, the now split couple ecstatically announced their second engagement in July via the cover of Us Weekly magazine.

"It felt right," Palin told the magazine at the time, "even though we don't have the approval of our parents." She added that she planned for Johnston and Tripp to wear matching camouflage vests at their outdoor wedding.

In June, Bristol Palin told ABC's "Good Morning America" that she was reuniting with Johnston for the sake of their 1-year-old son, Tripp.

"I am doing my best to raise a happy, active and healthy boy," Palin said. "I believe that wherever possible, if the parents can cooperate and co-parent in a positive way, the child will benefit. Levi and I are turning a new page here as co-parents to this wonderful boy and putting aside the past because doing so is in Tripp's best interest."

Palin and Johnston's first engagement fell apart in March 2009 after they appeared together throughout Sarah Palin's 2008 vice presidential campaign. Following the breakup, Palin became a spokeswoman for teen abstinence, while Johnston chose a decidedly different path: posing for Playgirl magazine and exploring his options in the reality TV realm.