‘Storage Wars’: Darrell Sheets Gives Look at Brandi Passante Returning to Show Following Jarrod Schulz Split

by Joe Rutland

Good news for you Outsiders who love “Storage Wars” as one of its stars, Darrell Sheets, says the show and Brandi Passante are back.

According to an article from TV Shows Ace, Darrell Sheets is spilling the details in a Facebook post. He put up a photo of a blonde wearing a hat. Her identity could not be confirmed, so we’ll have to go and take Sheets’ word right now.

“Who’s ready for an all-new season of Storage Wars,” he wrote. “It’s coming late October. Here is Brandi and her helper Danelle discussing their next big purchases @aetv @orig_prod @storage_wars #storagewars. Hell yes, it’s coming, and lots of big finds.”

‘Storage Wars’ Star Wrote That Show Will Return To A&E In October

Sheets also said that “Storage Wars” would return in October to A&E.

Passante, as far as we know, will not be with Jarrod Schulz this coming season. They split up after “Storage Wars” finished its 12th season. Passante also revealed that they split over a year ago. Passante and Schulz had been common-law partners for close to 20 years.

Schulz reportedly is now the owner of a bar called The Rush. He also has apparently moved on with another woman.

So, who will show up when “Storage Wars” returns on the air? Let’s take a look.

In Season 13, Dan and Laura Dotson, Passante, Schulz, Sheets, Kenny Crossley, Rene Nezhoda, Casey Nezhoda, and Ivy Calvin and his sons were featured. Dave Hester, though, did not return. So, “Storage Wars” fans will have to take a wait-and-see attitude around the new episodes.

“Storage Wars” has definitely been a good thing for auctioneering couple Dan and Laura Dotson.

But they have been married for a long time. Dan and Laura first met in 1996. Since that year, the Dotsons have been both a married couple and business partners.

Both of them have a long history individually when it comes to being in the auctioneering business.

Dan Dotson happened to learn about his trade from his grandfather. Grandpa was a cattle and farm auctioneer. When he was just 11 years old, Dan started going with his grandfather to auctions. He worked them during the summertime.

What happened? He loved it. Dan loved it so much that he left school at 16 years old. That would turn him free to work in auctions on a full-time basis in California.

Then, obviously, there is Laura. She has been in the auctioneering business for more than a decade. Laura handles all the daily operations for their company, American Auctioneers.

What at one time saw the company just have 250 auctions now sees it manage more than 2,500. Laura also speaks four different languages.