Brooke Sealey Biography; Net Worth, Age And child Of Jeff Gordon’s Ex-Wife

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Brooke Sealey is an American model best known as the former wife of famous car racer, Jeff Gordon.

Auto Racing: NASCAR Night In Hollywood: Jeff Gordon with wife Brooke casual, arriving on red carpet for 50th Anniversary Party at Wiltern Theatre.Los Angeles, CA 5/1/1998CREDIT: George Tiedemann (Photo by George Tiedemann /Sports Illustrated via Getty Images)(Set Number: X55472 TK1 R28 F7 )

Brooke Sealey Biography

Brooke Sealey’s exact date of birth remains unknown, however, she was born in Winston-Salem, North Carolina, the USA. Information regarding her parents, siblings, childhood, early life and education is currently not available to the general public.

Brooke Sealey only shot to the limelight following her marriage to popular celebrity NASCAR driver, Jeff Gordon. However, she was already gaining some attention when she became a Former Miss Winston and would usually be seen in the race field greeting the drivers in the victory lane of NASCAR races.

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LOS ANGELES, CA – MARCH 19: Jeff Gordon (R) and wife Brooke Sealey are seen at Craig’s restaurant in West Hollywood on March 19, 2015 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Bauer-Griffin/GC Images)

Brooke Sealey, however, divorced Jeff in 2002 and is currently married to her second husband and former South Carolina gubernatorial candidate, Mullins Mcleod.

Brooke Sealey Age

Brooke Sealey’s current age remains a mystery since her date of birth is not known.

Brooke Sealey Child

Brooke Sealey has a child with another man named James Dixon II in 2009, however, she gave the child the last name of Jeff Gordon.

22 Feb 1998: Jeff and Brooke Gordon celebrate during the Goodwrench 400 at North Carolina Speedway in Rockingham, North Carolina. Mandatory Credit: Craig Jones /Allsport

Brooke Sealey Net Worth

Brooke Sealey has a net worth estimated to be around $15 million. Apart from her career, she got part of her fortune as a settlement from her divorce from Jeff, which is to date considered as one of the most expensive divorce settlements in the history of NASCAR.