Jordana Brewster is letting people know more about her life.
In an honest essay for Glamour, the F9 star talked about her relationship with her ex-husband Andrew Form and her current boyfriend Mason Morfit. She filed for divorce from Form in 2020, after 13 years of marriage.
“I thought it was the right time to marry Andrew. I was only 27, which seems really young now, but I was in a hurry “Brewster, who is 40 years old, wrote about the couple. She said that they met on the set of The Texas Chainsaw Massacre: The Beginning in 2006 and got married the next year.
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“I was so worried about the number on the scale and how many calories I ate each day that I didn’t pay attention to anything else. I didn’t pay much attention to my career or my marriage,” she said, adding, “Early on in our marriage, my husband and I started living separate lives.”
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Brewster wrote that once they “stopped jumping the initial hurdles that a couple does,” which included having sons Rowan, 5, and Julian, 712, she “realized something was missing for both of us.”
“So, when the pandemic first started, Andrew and I decided to go our separate ways. Being apart for most of the year for many years and emotionally growing apart took their toll “she typed.
Just four days after they decided to split up, Brewster got back in touch with her current boyfriend, Morfit, whom she had briefly met four years before at a lunch with her husband.
After meeting Morfit, a 44-year-old tech CEO, in San Francisco, Brewster said, “From that day on, we started seeing each other regularly and thinking about how to blend our families.”
“Friends asked me how it would affect my kids and how it would affect them. They thought my choice was quick and rash. The problem was that they didn’t realize it had been in the works for 13 years “she typed. “What seemed like a big deal turned out to be a slow process. They weren’t looking closely enough.”
“In the end, neither I nor my ex-husband was to blame for my divorce. I wasn’t ready to be emotionally open or vulnerable when I was 27. I wasn’t ready to let someone in completely. At age 40, I broke open and put everything on the line “she went on. “That hurt my first marriage, but by taking a chance on everything, I found the love of my life.”
— Jordana Brewster (@JordanaBrewster) July 1, 2022
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Brewster told PEOPLE that parenting with Form, 52, has been “actually a little bit easier” when they do it together.
In April, Brewster said, “When Andrew has the kids, they love spending time with him, and we’ve had some really good quality time together.” “As co-parents, we talk more than when we were husband and wife.”
“We were married for 13 years, and we were both on the same page. There’s no bad blood, which I think really helps,” she said.
Jordana Brewster Pay Her Ex-husband $5 Million
The divorce of Jordana Brewster wasn’t cheap.
The Blast reported this week that Brewster agreed to give her ex-husband, Andrew Form, $5 million as part of their divorce settlement according to dailymail. The number stands for his share of their Los Angeles home, which she will keep.
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Any money Brewster makes from the latest “Fast and Furious” movie is hers alone because she and her producer ex-husband agreed that any money either earns “as a result of their personal and professional effort” from May 13, 2020, beyond “shall be the separate property of the earning party.”
Brewster and Form will neither get nor pay alimony.
Even though a judge still needs to approve their agreement, Brewster and Form are no longer married and share custody of their two sons, Julian, 7, and Rowan, 5.