Actor Scott Eastwood, who is seemingly down with the death of his first love, late Jewel Brangman, has finally gathered courage to call up his late girlfriend's father, months after the incident.
Jewel, who died at a very tender age of 26, in a fatal car crash two years ago in Los Angeles, was reportedly driving a hired 2001 Honda Civic while returning from her shoot when the defective airbag system in the car suddenly got inflated and had shot a splinter through her neck.
The piece of metal subsequently damaged her brain in the process and killed her. He father had filed a lawsuit against the maker for a wrongful death and mourning the loss since then.
Scott Eastwood, the son of renowned actor and director Clint Eastwood, finally muscled up enough courage to make a call to Jewel's father and had an emotional exchange regarding the loss.
Alexander Brangman revealed that he was initially angry on Scott for not showing up at that time but he also said that he understands the loss he suffered and that his grieving process is different.
"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," Alexander said.