Levi Johnston has revealed some shocking allegations about his ex-fiancée's mother, Sarah Palin, including her apparent "cougar crush" on him and how she and husband Todd rarely speak. Johnston has also said he would "move to Canada" if Palin joined the 2012 Presidential race.
"She's 9 points behind Barack Obama right now," he told the Boston Herald. "She’s looking good and she's not even in the race."
According to Johnston, Palin's ranking in the polls was "scaring" him.
"I might have to move to Canada," he added. "If she's running, you better believe I'm voting for Obama."
The 21-year-old also disclosed what Palin's life was allegedly like behind closed doors.
In his memoir, Deer in the Headlights: My life in Sarah Palin's Crosshairs, Johnston discussed his experiences living in the Palin household, while dating Bristol Palin – whom he fathered a son with.
Johnston wrote that Todd and Sarah were not really affection towards their children. He also claims the Tea Party favorite owns a tanning bed and can't load a gun.
Johnston told E! News that Palin would flirt with him and had a major "crush."
"Even growing up my friends would always say that [Palin would flirt with him], it seems kind of weird. Then one of my publishers said she had a cougar crush on me!" Johnston said.
"I guess I'd say, 'Yeah, I think she did.' Now looking back and remembering what everyone said."
However, when asked if Palin did indeed have a cougar crush – Johnston said he had no evidence, but swears it to be true.
"She never touched me or anything like that!" he added. "Now it kind of weirds me out thinking about it."
Johnston's Deer in Headlights, like Joe McGinniss' tell-all-book The Rogue, shines an unflattering light on Sarah Palin's life.
Since the publication of McGinniss' book, rumors regarding a possible split between Sarah and Todd have flared. According to the National Enquirer, Todd Palin was "fed up" and considering a divorce.
A poll this week ranked Sarah Palin 44 percent in a hypothetical presidential race against President Barack Obama, who garnered 49 percent.