It was model Jewel Brangman, who made it harder for Scott Eastwood to date
Revealing his heartbreak story in an interview with GQ Australia for the September/October issue, Scott Eastwood didn’t mention the name of the girl whose separation left him in agony.
According to the sources the girl is identified as the model Jewel Brangman, who died on sept 7, 2014 in a car accident. Brangman was driving from San Diego to Los Angeles when she was involved in the crash, her airbag exploded. It shot a Projectile through her body and spilt her spine.
Sharing his painful past experiences, he said “I dated a girl a couple of years ago who died in a car accident.” He continued, “I’ve lost friends before; have lost some great friends. But, I had never lost someone I had been really intimate with. Maybe it’s made it harder for me to date.”
Brangman was the eighth person killed by exploding airbags made by Takata Corp, Japan. Her father, Alexander Brangman filed a wrongful death lawsuit against the car manufacturer.
Showing distress in an interview with ABC-10, Alexander said, “My life Changed.it was Horrific. Airbags are supposed to save lives, not be the cause to take them.”