Scott Eastwood has made the emotional call to the father of his former girlfriend who was killed in a tragic car accident in Los Angeles.
In a candid interview with GQ Australia, 30-year-old Scott said he didn't speak to Jewel's father, Alexander Brangman, after her death, because he still hasn't ‘found the right words.’ But in a new interview, Alexander says Scott apologized to him with a phone call on Tuesday night.
The 61-year-old single father spoke to People about his emotional phone conversation with the actor nearly two years since he lost his daughter.
Although Brangman appreciated Eastwood making the call, he admitted it wasn't easy.
‘Quite frankly, I was hurt by it,’ the 61-year-old single father explained in reference to not hearing from Eastwood for years. I was disappointed he didn't come to her celebration of life.’
‘Maybe he didn't know how to grieve, and in some ways, I could have helped him,' Alexander added. 'Or could still help him. 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.’
Jewel, who met Eastwood at a San Diego restaurant, but broke up six to eight months before her death, died in a car accident after a defective airbag inflated with too much force, spewing metal shrapnel into her neck and killing her.
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