The former couple spoke about their breakup on the season 13 premiere of Storage Wars.

By Gabrielle Chung
April 22, 2021 at 08:33 AM EDT
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Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz
Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz
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Storage Wars star Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz are no longer together.

On Tuesday's season 13 premiere, viewers found out that Passante and Schulz — who starred in the 2014 spin-off, Brandi & Jarrod: Married to the Job — had split and were no longer a couple.

"I'm not with Jarrod anymore," Passante said on the episode.

In a separate interview on the show, Schulz explained, "Just because me and Brandi aren't together anymore, doesn't mean we can't go to an auction — but separately."

The episode showed the two crossing paths at an auction, with Passante calling Schulz "an idiot" for spending $400 on a storage unit that didn't particularly look profitable.

When Passante was interested in another unit, she had friend Mary Padian bid on her behalf — only to have Schulz outbid her.

"You know, if Brandi bids on it, I'll probably bid," Schulz later joked to the auctioneer.

Brandi Passante and Jarrod Schulz
Jarrod Schulz and Brandi Passante on Storage Wars
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According to Passante, she had actually called things off with Schulz after filming the 12th season of Storage Wars, which premiered in November 2018.

She briefly touched on the breakup last year during a Facebook Live interview with The Dad Diary. When host Danny Jordan asked how has being a single mother affected her life, Passante — who shares daughter Payton and son Cameron with Schulz — replied, "I did a lot of it on my own anyway, but it's the scary dad voice in the background that we're missing."

"I have them all the time, 24/7 they're here with me, so I have to navigate that," she added of her children.

In February, Passante spoke about her current love life while appearing on the Spirit Talk YouTube channel, revealing that she's seeing "no one in particular" and "just going with the flow right now."

"I wasn't really allowed to have an identity for many, many years. And so these last couple of years, I'm kind of coming into my own and figuring out who I am," she said. "I just don't have an attachment to anyone. I've definitely dated and things like that, but ... right now it's not something I'm really trying hard to seek out. I'm waiting until I can feel an attachment to someone."

This story originally appeared on people.com

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