Future Sarah Palin son-in-law Levi Johnston has quit his job in an Alaskan oil field due to questions about his eligibility to work there.
According to the Anchorage Daily News, the 18 year-old father of Bristol Palin's child had to quit the electrical apprenticeship job he held at ASRC Energy Services Inc. in North Slope County, Alaska.
Reportedly, federal regulations require participants to have a high school diploma, something Johnston lacks.
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Dad Keith Johnston, who is employed as a construction engineer for the same company, said the media is being unfair to his son.
"You guys are watching him so tightly," Johnston complained. "He's being treated different than an average 18 year-old kid. He has to do everything by the book now."
Well...yeah. We're all supposed to do that.