Scott Eastwood calls his deceased girlfriend’s father and apologizes to him after two years when the tragedy struck.
Scott Eastwood has come out about a thing that might have been nagging him for a long time now. We all have some secrets in the past but Scott decided to face them and called the father of his deceased girlfriend Jewel Brangman two years after her tragic death.
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The Suicide Squad star revealed to People that at the time of her death, he had not shared his condolences with her father or been a part of her last rites. He explained that he did not have the right words to express his emotions at the time. He apologized to Alexander Brangman for being so late to come up and give his condolences.
According to an interview that Alexander Brangman gave, he had been disappointed in Scott for his delayed reaction. He said that he had been hurt that Scott had not come out for his daughter’s celebration of life when she had been so in love with him.
He said that he had moved to San Diego where Jewel had met Scott just to be closer to her while she was dating the young star. He expressed that he had chosen to forgive Scott because he understood that everyone had their own way of handling grief.
He said that he was choosing to rise above and forgive Scott for being late as he was himself young at that time and he did not know how to handle the situation. Alexander say that he would be glad to help Scott sort out his emotions.
Jewel and Scott dated for two years before her death and they were taking a break from their relationship when Jewel got in an accident.
Reportedly, her car’s faulty airbag caused metal shrapnel to fly at her neck which eventually killed her. Scott said that the reason he had not been able to get close to anyone is that he had never truly felt emotionally attached to anyone after Jewel.