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Friend Allegedly Steals Paul Walker’s Cars Shortly After Fatal Crash

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Paul Walker's friends show their true colors.

The man who helped manage the late actor’s cars is being accused of stealing several of his luxury vehicles
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It only took one day after Paul Walker’s fatal car crash for his family to find out who his real friends were.


A lawsuit filed on June 11th by Walker’s father alleges the man who helped manage Walker’s car collection, Richard Taylor, either stole or had people hide several of Walker’s automobiles from a storage facility less than a day after the actor’s fatal car crash. At the time of his death, Walker owned more than 30 cars and seven of those are still unaccounted for, including a 2004 GMC truck, 2008 BMW M3, 2006 Crown Victoria, and a Porsche GT3 RS.

The lawsuit alleges in detail that Taylor was in charge of keeping records for Walker’s vehicles, and when Walker’s estate asked about the location of his automobiles, Taylor provided a list of the late actor’s cars, which excluded several luxury rides so he could use them for his own personal gain. Walker’s estate wants the vehicles either returned or paid for.

Walker and one of his friends died in a car crash on November 30, 2013. His last movie, Furious 7, has earned more than $350 million in the United States.


Source: Huffington Post