Paul Walker’s Girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell Appears in Public At The Actor’s Santa Barbara Home

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By Tarun Mazumdar | December 6, 2013 4:28 PM EST

Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, girlfriend of the late actor Paul Walker, was seen for the first time in public outside Paul's home in California. This counts as Jasmine's first public appearance since the tragic death of Paul in a car accident on November 30. 

TMZ posted the photos of Jasmine wearing a baggy hooded sweatshirt and cuffed jeans. She was seen hugging and sympathizing with others. Jasmine spent nearly three hours at Santa Barbara home with Paul's family.

Jasmine was at the fundraising event organised by Reach Out Worldwide (ROWW) Paul's charity the day he died. According to reports, she collapsed after hearing the tragic news.

Also, Jasmine was the one who told Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow about her father's demise.

According to ninemsn, Jasmine was seen at Paul's Santa Barbara home sitting on the pavement with two friends who supported her. She was also photographed sitting cross-legged in a pickup truck talking to an elderly person.

Reports stated that Jasmine is spending a lot of time with her mother as she continues to grieve over the death of Paul with whom she had planned a future with.

Los Angeles County Coroner's office revealed that Paul died from the "combined effects of trauma and thermal injuries."

Tribute Video Title "In Loving Memory" for Paul Walker Goes Viral

Universal Studios released "A Tribute to Paul Walker" video via YouTube that showcases clips of the late actor. In the 2-minute long video, Skyler Grey's "I'm Coming Home" plays in the background.

"The most important thing in life will always be the people in this room," says Dom (Vin Diesel) to his "Fast & Furious" co-stars.

The description of the video says that Paul's family appreciates the love from his friends and fans. They want that instead of flowers and other gifts, his fans and friends can make donations to Paul Walker's charity.

Credit: YouTube/Fast & Furious

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