Paul Walker’s daughter is SUING Porsche for his tragic 2013 death


Paul Walker's daughter is suing car giant Porsche for death two years ago.

The actor was tragically killed when the Porsche Carrera GT driven by his friend Roger Rodas swerved out of control, crashed into three trees and burst into flames.

Now Paul's daughter and sole heir, 16-year-old Meadow Walker, has authorised a case against Porsche which alleges his death could have been prevented if the car had better safety features.

A copy of the 18-page lawsuit, obtained by TMZ, claims that when the car crashed and broke apart, Paul was still alive, albeit with drastic injuries to his torso and back.

The car did not erupt into flames for over a minute but Paul remained trapped in the car with shattered ribs and pelvis.

Meadow's lawyers say the car would not have swerved out of control if the Carrera GT had been fitted with a prober stabilisation system, and add that Porsche knew the car model had "a history of instability and control issues." 

An investigation shortly after the crash concluded that the collision was caused by speeding. However while law enforcement officials claim Roger Rodas was driving at 151 km p/h, Meadow's lawyers say he was only driving at between 101 and 114 km p/h.

Many other Porsche models come fitted with a stability management system as standard, but the Carrera GT does not. The case adds that the car had deficient side door reinforcements.

"The bottom line is that the Porsche Carrera GT is a dangerous car. It doesn't belong on the street.  And we shouldn't be without Paul Walker or his friend, Roger Rodas," Meadow's lawyer Jeff Milam tells TMZ.

In early 2013, Meadow made a permanent move to LA from Hawaii to live with her father. 

Just weeks before his death, Paul spoke about the growing bond between himself and his daughter.

"I'm glad I had her at 25, because at 40 and 15, we're matching up sweet," he said. "It's just working… It's perfect."