Brandi Passante is a reality tv star who was born on 16 May 1980. She got popular after appearing in the A & E reality show ‘ Storage Wars.’ In the show, her long-time boyfriend and now husband Jarrod Schulz was also starred.
Both husband and wife operated the “Now and Then” thrift store in Orange, California, and participated in the hopes of buying some units for low storage. She became the subject of controversy when adult movies distributor Hunter Moore posted a video on his website, “ Is Anyone up.com.”
It is claimed that the woman that was featured in it, was Brandi. She filed a lawsuit that demanded $2.5 million in damages. Moreover, she won $750 and provided enough evidence to justify $2.5 million in damages.
- Height: 5 feet 8 inches
- Weight: 72kg or 171 lbs.
- Breast Size: 41 inches
- Bra Size: 36DD
- Cup size: DD
- Body Measurement: 41-27-39 inches
- Figure: Curvy
- Waist size: 27 inches
- Hip’s size: 39 inches
- Dress size: 7
- Shoe size: 5.5 US
- Birth Date: May 16, 1980
- Birthplace: Harris Country, Texas
- Zodiac sign: Taurus
- Eye’s color: Brown
- Hair color: Natural
- Full born name: Brandi Leigh Passante
- Nicknames: Brandi
- Religion: Christian
Q: How much does Storage Wars pay Brandy?
By the time Passante and Schulz left Storage Wars, they were each making $15,000 per episode, which is much less than some of the other cast members. It was said that Passante made about $12,000 per episode of their spin-off. At the same time, Schulz made about $58,000 per month in total.
Q: Do any of the people on Storage Wars own a store?
Both Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz used to run thrift stores, but neither one of them is open now.
Q: Does Brandi and Jarrod’s thrift store still exist?
In an episode of “Storage Wars,” they talk about how their second Now And Then Second Hand Store in Long Beach, California, closed because it never made enough money to stay open.
Q: Did Jarrod and Brandi get $7.5 million?
When the person who bought it opened the safe, he found $7.5 million in cash, which was the biggest surprise of his life. When the original owners found out that their safe had been sold, they offered the man $1.2 million to get the rest of the money back. Not a bad return on the money you put in.