What a horrible person.
At the time, the religious leader had written on Twitter:
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In Scott Eastwood's recent GQ Australia article, the 30-year-old admitted he still hadn't reached out to his late ex-girlfriend's father since her fatal car accident, as he hadn't "found the right words."
Well, on Tuesday night, Scott found those words and mustered up the courage to call Alexander Brangman — the father of Jewel Brangman who passed away after a defective airbag inflated with too much force, spewing metal shrapnel into her neck and killing her. So tragic.
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 — especially after the Suicide Squad star's prolonged silence:
This is so tragic.
As we told you earlier, Scott Eastwood revealed in the September/October issue of GQ Australia he's had a hard time dating ever since one of his former girlfriends was tragically killed in a car accident.
Although the Suicide Squad actor didn't reveal her identity, more details and photos have come to light that identify the woman as 26-year-old model named Jewel Brangman.
In fact, matching up with Eastwood's retelling of the story, Brangman was driving from San Diego to Los Angeles back in September of 2014 when she rear-ended a van and was killed by the defective air bag.
As a result, her father filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Honda, the airbag manufacturer Takata Corp. of Japan, and Sunset Car Rental LLC of San Diego.
The National Highway Traffic Safety Administration and Honda determined the air bag inflated too forcefully, which spewed metal shrapnel and killed Brangman. So so sad.
The lawsuit said the defective air bag cut Brangman's neck, which caused a brain injury that ultimately led to her death, according to AP.
The outlet also reports that as of April 2016, 11 people have been killed by exploding Takata airbags.
You can see pictures of Scott and Jewel (below):
This is so sad!
Over the past few years, Scott Eastwood has slowly been making a name for himself by appearing in Taylor Swift's Wildest Dreams music video as well as in feature films like Fury and most recently Suicide Squad.
In fact, alongside his increased fame, the Hollywood hottie has opened up a bit more about his life and has revealed he has a had time dating since ever since a girlfriend of his was killed in a car accident!
The 30-year-old sat down with GQ Australia and dished:
Azealia Banks won't quit.
Well, reacting to his new spread in GQ revealed on Thursday, she actually wrote:
Ohh, this should be quite interesting!
Not only is Leto's sit-down timely, but it also hits home on a personal level since the singer was caught reportedly dissing Swift back in December.
While the Suicide Squad star later apologized for the gaffe, it left us wondering how the actor REALLY feels about the pop star. Was the apology actually sincere? We all know how much Hollywood loves their fake make-ups!
According to the 44-year-old, he has nothing but respect for the controversial celeb:
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Not only has Kanye West cancelled on the Late Late Show host… he's actually abandoned Carpool Karaoke TWICE!!
Apparently, the Famous rapper backed out of the CBS segment last minute both times, but we're hearing he apologized in true Kanye fashion.