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Scott Eastwood Makes Amends with Father of His Late Girlfriend

Scott Eastwood Makes Amends with Father of His Late Girlfriend

Scott Eastwood has reached out to the father of his late girlfriend Jewel Brangman to make amends two years after her death.

The 30-year-old Suicide Squad actor opened up about Jewel‘s death for the first time in an interview with GQ Australia and he revealed he hadn’t yet called her father as he hasn’t “found the right words.”

Scott ended up calling Alexander Brangman on Tuesday night (August 23) and the single father opened up to People about the phone call.

“Quite frankly, I was hurt by it,” Brangman said about not hearing from Scott after the devastating loss. “I was disappointed he didn’t come to her celebration of life. Many people were actually disappointed. Many of her friends flew across the country to pay their respects and condolences. There wasn’t even a flower sent.”

“He said ‘I didn’t reach out because I didn’t know what to say,’” Alexander said. “He was very apologetic.”

“I don’t think he handled the situation properly,” he added. “I was angry – but everybody grieves differently. You know, he’s a kid, too. I didn’t know what his grieving process is – I’d like to get to know more of what he went through. Because that’s a difficult thing. Maybe he didn’t know how to grieve, and in some ways, I could have helped him. Or could still help him.”

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  • PB

    He didn’t know what to say to his late girlfriend’s father and is perfectly okay talking to GQ Magazine?

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  • Anna

    It’s easier to talk to strangers than it is to your loved one’s family. I don’t like the guy, but this is something I can understand and relate to since I went through the same thing. I couldn’t go through with going to the funeral of a loved one myself. I didn’t call, visit, or see them. I just can’t. It keeps me up at night sometimes, but honestly…what would I say? How do you even start a conversation? I didn’t want to go to the funeral and see everyone cry, I didn’t want to stand there and cry infront of everyone. I visited the grave sight 3 weeks later and alone. I don’t even like to talk about it to my own family and friends, how the hell am I suppose to just go up to his family and talk to them about it? These are all the things Scott himself probably went through, so I can understand where he’s coming from.

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