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Levi "Not at All Upset" That Bristol Bought Arizona Pad



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    The father of Bristol Palin's baby boy says he's been treated like an outcast since the end of Gov. Sarah Palin's run for vice president.

    Levi Johnston isn't worried about the implications of Bristol Palin's recent purchase of a home in Arizona, according to his rep.

    The hockey-playing father of Bristol's 2-year-old son, Tripp, is "not upset at all" that his ex-fiance snapped up a property hundreds of miles from their native Alaska, Johnston's rep told TMZ

    "Levi is not at all upset that Bristol is going to Arizona," the rep told the gossip Website. "After the holidays, Levi and Bristol will get together and discuss plans for Tripp."

    The "Dancing With the Stars" phenom recently scooped up a 3,900-square-foot, two-level home just 35 miles south of Phoenix for a reported $172,000 cash. The home sits on landscaped yard and has pool access, according to the Associated Press.

    "I'm not sure why she wanted to buy that home, but we are real happy for her," former owner Michael Smith, who bought the house as an investment property, told The Arizona Republic.