But now, a rep for the bros tells TMZ the battle is officially over ... The details of the deal are unclear -- though we're told the Masseys are satisfied. Former Disney star Kyle Massey claims he and his brother Christopher CREATED a reality TV show specifically for Bristol Palin ... A., the Massey brothers claim they met Bristol on "Dancing with the Stars" ...She was named "Bristol" after the Bristol Inn where her mother Sarah was employed; Bristol, Connecticut, the headquarters city of ESPN, where her mother Sarah hoped to work as a sportscaster; and the Bristol Bay area of Alaska, where her father Todd grew up.During 2008, she briefly lived in Anchorage with her aunt and uncle where she attended West Anchorage High School.only to get cut out of the project at the last minute ... and developed the idea for a show in which the brothers help Palin meet the challenges of child rearing while adjusting to life in L. In fact, the Masseys claim they had even picked out a name for the show -- "Bristol-ogy 101."But according to the suit, a producer named David Mc Kenzie hijacked the project, cut the Masseys out of the show and repackaged the program as "Bristol Palin: Life's a Tripp" ... The Masseys are demanding a ton of money -- claiming they were guaranteed 0k to star in the show ...PLUS they want even more cash for coming up with the idea.Palin was a competitor on the fall 2010 season of Dancing with the Stars (DWTS).She was partnered with professional Mark Ballas, a two-time champion on the show who won with Olympic figure skater Kristi Yamaguchi in season 6, and with Olympic gymnast Shawn Johnson in season 8.
Walker, Jr., the defendants are charged with copyright infringement, fraud & deceit, breach of contract, bad faith, misappropriation, tortious interference and unfair competition in the lawsuit.
In a July 10, 2011 interview with Drew Pinsky, Palin said she doesn't want to "be named as an abstinence preacher .... Discussing whether she still thought that abstinence was unrealistic, as she had said in 2009, she said "that quote was taken out of context.
What I am trying to say is it's not realistic for everyone..for me, my sisters, and my family, I believe that the right way." Palin still feels that abstinence is the only choice for her and her family.
She is the oldest daughter and second of five children of Todd and Sarah Palin.
Palin competed in the fall 2010 season of Dancing with the Stars and reached the finals, finishing in third place.
In January 2011, Palin was invited to speak by Washington University in St.