The father of the late actor Paul Walker is suing Roger Rodas’ estate over a car collection that is worth nearly $2 million.
Paul Walker died along with his friend, Roger Rodas, in 2013 when the Porsche Carrera GT Rodas was driving skidded off the road at over 100mph and burst into flames.
Walker, 40, and Rodas, were co-owners in the Always Evolving car shop in Valencia. The two friends had a collection of over 30 cars together.
Rodas’ family are said to have already rejected the claim, which will now be resolved by a judge.
After the death of the Fast & Furious star, it was reported that his extensive car collection was to be sold in a sale arranged by Always Evolving and his estate.
Walker’s car collection was believed to include several late-model BMW’s, Audis, Porches. and a number of Ford Mustangs.
Walker Sr. spoke about the tragic death of his son in November near the one-year anniversary of the actor’s death, saying not a day goes by that he doesn’t think about his son.
In an interview with E! News he said, “Paul just radiated love and you can’t fake that. Paul had a really good heart. I thought, ‘How did I deserve such a wonderful son?'”
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