Father of Bristol’s newborn daughter sues for child support — so Sarah Palin goes bonkers
Bristol Palin, Dakota Meyer, and former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R) (Facebook)

Abstinence activist Bristol Palin was sued for child support as well as joint custody of her newborn daughter by a Kentucky Medal of Honor recipient saying he is the girl's father, WKYT-TV reported.

Dakota Meyer was engaged to the reality TV star until last May. Shortly afterwards, the younger Palin announced that she was pregnant with her second child, saying that the pregnancy was intentional.

The girl, Sailor Grace Palin, was born on Dec. 23. Meyer shared a picture of her on Instagram, writing, "Best Christmas present ever!! I couldn't be more proud of this little blessing."

Besides child support, the lawsuit also demands that Meyer be allowed to list the girl as a dependent on his income tax returns in alternating years. Bristol Palin has earned as much as $262,000 as a public speaker regarding teen pregnancy. Her mother, former Alaska Gov. Sarah Palin (R), quickly denounced Meyer's lawsuit as his attempt to "save face."

"For many months we have been trying to reach out to Dakota Myers, [sic]" the former vice-presidential nominee said in a statement to Entertainment Tonight. "He has wanted nothing to do with either Bristol's pregnancy or the baby."

A spokesperson for Bristol Palin, identified as David Martin, also took a potshot at Meyer, saying, "My values are such that a real American hero doesn't ask for child support."

Watch WKYT's report, as aired on Wednesday, below.