That happened after she turned down a boss' sexual advances and lost her job, she said.
"For me, the hardest thing was being treated as if I was sub-human — as if I didn't matter," she said.
These aren't foolish games: Singer Jewel appears to be dating football player Charlie Whitehurst.
"He is a complete gentleman." Jewel and her hunky beau have already taken to their relationship to the next level: She introduced him to her son, Kase Townes Murray, whom she shares with ex-husband Ty Murray.
Looks like Jewel has met someone who is meant for her! News can confirm the singer has been dating the Colts' backup quarterback, Charlie Whitehurst, "for a while."A source exclusively tells us, "They are boyfriend and girlfriend, and its official. Jewel announced their divorce in July 2014, writing in a blog post at the time, "My husband, friend and partner of 16 years and I have decided to get a divorce.
It's been 20 years since Jewel, then a fresh-faced Alaskan barely out of her teens, released the album that would change her life forever, "Pieces of You," her one-way ticket out of the cycle of poverty she'd known all her life.
The singer reflected on her past in an interview with TODAY.com, explaining how it helped shape her new album and memoir, and her life as a mom to 4-year-old son Kase with rodeo star Ty Murray, whom she divorced last year.
Indianapolis Colts backup quarterback Charlie Whitehurst is no longer playing the field—not that he sees the gridiron much, anyway. News, Clipboard Jesus is dating singer Jewel, who was pretty popular in the late 1990s and early 2000s: E!
News can confirm the singer has been dating the Colts' backup quarterback, Charlie Whitehurst, "for a while."A source exclusively tells us, "They are boyfriend and girlfriend, and [it's] official.The singer said in September that she was "just starting to date again, according to ET.See more of Entertainment's top stories on Facebook "I never thought I'd be dating, but here I am," she said. "On Monday, the singer announced her upcoming spring tour "Picking Up the Pieces," which will include songs from her eponymous 2015 album and stories from her memoir, "Never Broken -- Songs Are Only Half the Story.""It's going to be really fun to get back out on the road," she said in a statement.Freezing temps but finally nice the day we leave...Ha," she captioned a pic of her legs hanging out on the [email protected] @clemsonuniversity @clemsonalumni #jewel #followme #collegefootball #collegefootballplayoff #gotigers #byog #football #nancyodell #goodfriends #clemson #clemsongirl #clemsonfootball #nationalchampionship A photo posted by Nancy O' Dell (@nancyodell) on The "Foolish Games" singer joined O'Dell and Whitehurst, who showed their support for their alma mater Clemson, at the College Football Playoff National Championship in Glendale, Arizona.