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Brandi Passante Massive Net Worth Aids Wedding Shopping! Family Insight

Date: 11 Feb, 2019

Brandi Passante Massive Net Worth Aids Wedding Shopping! Family Insight

American reality star Brandi Passante appeared shopping her wedding dress along with her husband-like partner on the episode of Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job series in 2014. She and her partner has accumulated the remarkable amount of net worth, working together on the show.

The Texas native is widely known for her appearance in Storage Wars, a reality television series on the A&E Network. Each half-hour episode of the series follows the four professional buyers and their teams. They scour repossessed storage units in search of hidden treasure.

Buyers On Screen: Brandi Passamte appears along with the other casts on the teaser of reality series, Storage Wars (Photo:Next-episode.net)

Besides the show, Brandi and her husband, Jarrod Schulz own and operate a thrift store, Now and Then Second Hand Store in Orange County, California.

Brandi Passante's Short Bio; Measurements

The Storage Wars star was born as Brandi Leigh Passante on 16th May 1980 in Harris, Texas the United States.

Though not many details are available about her upbringing and family, it is known that in her early age, she used to work as a stripper in various clubs and bars in and around Orange County in the late 1990s.

Brandi possesses a perfect body standing at the towering height of 5 feet 8 inches (1.77 meters) and weighs 78 kg (171 lbs). The measurement of her curvaceous hourglass-shaped body measures 41-27-39 inches.

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Her Career On Reality Series Storage Wars & Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job

At the beginning of her career, Brandi used to perform a carpet-cleaning job. Later, she and her husband, Jarrod opened her store, Now & Then in California. After they learned about the Storage Wars series, they decided to participate in the hopes of buying the stuff at the low prices. 

Brandi and Jarrod joined the show on the first season of the show in 2010. The couple became very tactful bidders and emerged as the main cast of the show.

The success of the program led them to start a spin-off show, Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job, premiered in August 2014. However, the program did not do well and was canceled just after eight episodes.

Brandi now regularly appears on the Storage Wars show, which is currently in its 11th season along with her husband, Jarrod.

Brandi's 'Wedding Shopping With Husband,' Jarrod Schulz 

Brandi, age 38, is in a committed relationship with her long-time boyfriend, Jarrod Schulz. The couple has been enjoying the relationship together for nearly two decades.

They first met each other in 1999 while both were working at a carpet-cleaning company in Tustin. Since then, they have been together in every up and down of their life. 

Brandi even thought of taking their relationship a step ahead and imagined a fantastic wedding ceremony. She made wishlists that include attendance of her full family to her wedding and a standard classical marriage with flowers.

They had an on-screen wedding shopping on the show, Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job in September 2014.

 

On-screen Wedding Shopping: Brandi and Jarrod appear on Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job series, shopping for the wedding dress (Published in September 2014)

Brandi was in full wedding swing on the show and Jarrod, on the other side, was looking for a perfect tuxedo for the wedding. However, their wedding is yet to be witnessed by the viewers on the series.

Whatever the case, the couple is enjoying a married-like relationship.

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Brandi Passante's Close Knit Family: Son, Cameron Schulz & Daughter, Payton Schulz

The couple is the parents of two children from their relationship. They have a 14 years old son, Cameron Schulz and a 12 years old daughter Payton Schulz.

The kids were even featured on their show, Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job.

Moment With Family: Brandi visits a goat farm in Cambria, California with her husband and children in August 2018 (Photo: Jarrod Schulz Instagram)

The close bond with her family is often manifested on her social sites. She regards her children as her "loves" and prefers to spend times with them.

Moreover, Brandi, an animal lover, regards dogs as the members of her family

Recently, she went to visit a goat farm in Cambria, California with her husband and children in August 2018.

Brandi Passante's Net Worth In 2018

Brandi has accumulated the remarkable amount of net worth for her work on the series. Similarly, she also makes big money from her store in California.

Her salary per episode of Storage Wars is about $25,000. With that, the total earning is likely to be an impressive amount in a season.

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As of now, she enjoys the combined net worth of $4 million along with her partner, Jarrod. She and her husband-like-partner each have a net worth of $2 million which increases day-to-day by the earnings from the series.

Storage Wars' Star Brandi Passante Wins 'Stalker Porn' Lawsuit 

Storage Wars star Brandi Passante has received damages after suing porn distributor Hunter Moore.

A website known as IsAnyoneUp recognized for “revenge porn” or “stalker porn,” in which pornographic images and videos were usually submitted without the permission, posted a nude video on its website, IsAnyoneUp.com, claiming the woman featured was Brandi.

Because of this action, she had to sue the owner of the website, Moore for the false identification. At first, she had no clue about the video, but later on, she got to know of the video via Twitter, after receiving messages from the people about the video. Moreover, she sued him for Lanham Act violations, defamation, invasion of privacy, consumer fraud and more. In the lawsuit, $2.5 million was demanded, but a federal judge said that the amount could not be justified.

In the court, Judge Seina found Moore liable but added that Brandi had not provided enough evidentiary support to justify $2.5 million in claimed damages. Brandi did get the judge to prohibit Moore from distributing the video or pictures after weighing the reputational damage she will face.

In the end, Moore had to pay Brandi's legal expenses, which amounted to be $750. And finally, she won the case.