Yes, I know those reality show producers like to script conflict, but it is starting to look as if Dakota is using this opportunity to get a little payback for what Bristol put him through.
This comes courtesy of Radar Online:
“I turn my other cheek on a lot of things, and I will continue to do so because my children deserve parents who respect each other. But for Dakota Meyer to say that he learned about the birth of our daughter from Twitter, is absolutely not true. I will not stand by and allow false evil information, such as this, to be printed for our daughter to see one day.”
So Dakota is “evil” now? And wait don’t they have TWO daughters?
“Dakota told me not to contact him after we broke up–even after that–I reached out to him after my twelve-week ultrasound appointment letting him know that it was most likely a girl and when she was due. I did not hear from him until a couple of days before my due date when I received a letter saying he had the tools and expected to be a custodial parent. He told me he wanted a 50/50 agreement on our unborn baby. As most concerned mothers would–I froze.”
Wait, what kind of “tools” did Dakota need to be a custodial parent?
I mean it’s not like she’s a bookshelf from Ikea.
Oh but wait, there’s more:
“I had just gone through nine months of my pregnancy without support, or even acknowledgment, from Dakota.”
You know, that’s kind of what happens when you pack up and move all of your shit all the way to Alaska with your Russian gal pal.
“Dakota never reached out to me to attend our daughter’s birth, his request for no communication was something I tried to respect.
Well, that would be the first thing that she ever tried to respect.
Of course, all of this is in response to Dakota’s recent Instagram postings:
“Yes, we got pregnant right after our engagement. We planned a wedding with our families and friends and Bristol decided to leave me a week prior,” Dakota Meyer captioned a photo of himself and their daughter Sailor on Instagram Wednesday.
“I spoke with her family every month and made it clear I would be the father of my child. I reached out to her before Sailor was born and asked what the plan was to co-parent. She told me to go through the courts to establish paternity. I wasn’t invited to the birth and found out my child was born on Twitter — can you imagine being a dad and not being allowed to be at your child’s birth? She denied my paternity until it could be proven, at which point Sailor was born. For Bristol to state that Sailor didn’t have a dad is laughable — what really happened is Bristol kept our daughter from having a father present at birth and until the courts ruled that I was her father. I can promise you this, Sailor and Atlee always had a dad, and always will have a dad.”
And of course, THAT was in response to Bristol’s lie about having to drive herself to the hospital to give birth all on her own, despite being surrounded by her family.
Bristol goes on to claim that Todd was in contact with Dakota the entire time and that he sent him a photo of Sailor Grace right after she was born.
Bristol also claims that after the birth she stayed off of social media in an apparent attempt to refute Dakota’s claim that he heard about the birth on Twitter.
However, I posted a link to Bristol’s Instagram page (The post is now deleted) which announced the birth on December 24th, 2015:
My sweet Sailor Grace was born yesterday, our family couldn’t be more complete 💕
Since Instagram is clearly a social media outlet how can Bristol claim that she stayed off after the birth?
Or could this be Bristol admitting that the baby was born earlier than December 2015?
Things that make you go “Hmmm.”
But Bristol is not finished with the blaming and shaming quite yet.
“Before her birth when I had received the letter from Dakota, I had regretfully told him to go through the court to establish paternity. I did this to protect our unborn baby, and not knowing what kind of parent he was going to be. My heart was quickly changed when I laid eyes on our beautiful baby girl. My heart broke knowing our baby did not have a father present, and at that moment–I realized the completely unnecessary mistake I had made of telling him to go through the court system.”
Let me just interrupt for a moment to say that from what I have heard there was a legitimate chance the baby Bristol was carrying was not Dakota’s and that he knew that, and also knew that she was not spending all of her nights alone up here in Alaska.
Bristol then complains that Dakota continued going the legal route in gaining access to his daughter which she blames for interfering in his parental rights which she claims she was willing to provide him without lawyers being involved. (Yeah, right!)
To be clear Bristol is essentially complaining that she is getting blamed for all of the things that she actually did to keep Dakota away from his child, assuming, of course, it IS his child.
Bristol set all of this into motion, including having it all aired on national TV, and SHE feels like the victim?
Cry me a river.