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Did Willow Palin Take Part in Drug Deal?

| by Mark Berman Opposing Views

Sarah Palin is a big advocate of family values, but apparently she doesn't practice what she preaches. Of course daughter Bristol is an unwed teenage mother. And now a stunning report claims younger daughter Willow was involved in a drug deal.

The magazine Life & Style writes in an exclusive report:

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Lance Nezaticky, a former classmate of Willow's, tells Life & Style that he watched as Willow took part in a drug transaction in a deserted Target parking lot in her hometown of Wasilla, Alaska, around 1 a.m. on a December night last year. Lance, 18, watched as a male driver pulled up, with Willow riding in the passenger seat. The driver bought $20 worth of marijuana, says Nezaticky, then handed it to Willow. "It was definitely her," Nezaticky tells Life & Style. "There's no question. I had met her before." After buying roughly 2 grams of pot, Willow and her companion drove off. "Willow had been told that the pot was really good stuff," Nezaticky recalls.

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The magazine also claims the underage Willow was spotted at a party last year drinking vodka straight from the bottle. "I saw her drinking from a bottle of Monarch," partygoer Imran Chaudhry claims. "She was chugging it pretty hard."

Afraid to be seen drinking, Chaudhry said Willow ran to a bathroom where she drank with a friend. "She was like, 'I just want to drink,'" Matt Scott told Life & Style. "She chugged it, then walked out of the bathroom."

The magazine called Sarah Palin's people for a comment, but those calls were not returned.

Willow was in the news last week when she responded to criticism to her family's reality show by using gay slurs in a Facebook post. She has since apologized.

There were also tabloid reports that Willow had a pregnancy scare recently, and bought a pregnancy test when her period was late. She was not pregnant, the reports claimed.