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That's My Kid! Bristol's Ex Files Custody Claim

Bristol Palin Baby Daddy Dakota Meyer Custody Case
Source: Splash News

Jan. 5 2016, Updated 11:42 p.m. ET

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Just a few weeks after giving birth, Bristol Palin's baby joy has been shattered by a custody claim from her ex, Dakota Meyer!

According to court documents obtained by Radar, Meyer, 27, filed legal documents in Alaska on January 4, 2016.

He claims he's the biological father of Palin's new daughter, Sailor Grace, born on December 23, and asks a judge for joint legal and physical custody.

He also wants child support.

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As Radar reported, Palin, 25, just recently wrapped up another bitter child support battle with her first baby daddy, Levi Johnston, 25. (Their son Tripp turned 7 on December 29.)

Acording to Anchorage publication The Frontiersman, the estranged couple had a court date in Palmer, Alaska, on December 21, to put the finishing touches on their custody-battle agreement.

"The parties have reached a final custody and visitation agreement for residing in the same community and have executed, personally and through their attorneys, a confidential stipulation regarding custody," state legal documents filed on Nov. 16. "Therefore, the only pending issue to be addressed by the Court is the matter of past and future child support."

Johnston's salary has fluctuated through the years, reaching $100,000 in 2010, which would have required him to pay roughly $1,800 in child support.

As RadarOnline.com reported, Palin, 25, and Johnston, also 25, have been battling each other for years over visitation, custody and child support and other issues concerning their almost 7-year-old son Tripp.

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