Paul Walker Was Killed Claims U.S. Magazine; Fast and Furious Actor Already Cremated Ahead of Family Funeral

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By jaskiran kaur | December 13, 2013 5:57 PM EST

From time to time, many reports about "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker's death have surfaced on the internet. Since the time Paul Walker was found dead in an explosive car crash, media has been abuzz with speculations, rumors and reports about the cause of his death, funeral details and people's reaction. Latest reports are now reporting that a U.S. magazine is claiming that Paul Walker could have been killed. Yet another report, reports that the actor has been already cremated ahead of formal family funeral service.

Fast and Furious Actor Paul Walker is Cremated

According to new reports, "Fast and Furious" actor Paul Walker was cremated on Thursday, Dec. 12, 2013. RadarOnline reported that actor's body was transported from Los Angeles' Forest Lawn Memorial Park's mortuary to crematory ground in Glendale in California where he was cremated. And he will now be interred in cemetery over the weekend in a formal funeral service.

The formal funeral service on Saturday is going to be a very private affair where only family and cast of "Fast and Furious" is invited.

"The family intends on dividing Paul's ashes between an urn and keepsakes," revealed a source to RadarOnline while speaking about the Paul Walker's cremation.

Paul Walker Was Killed Claims a Tabloid

In yet another report it has been reported that a U.S. magazine claims that Paul Walker may have been murdered. In the latest issue of the U.S. magazine named Globe claims that the car crash could have been an attempt to murder the "Fast and Furious" actor.

According to the report, it is the crime analysts who have presented the shocking claim. It is believed that the experts think that Paul Walker's charity work and movie roles may be associated to his killing.

According to the report by Showbizspy.com, Paul Walker and "Fast and Furious" co-actor Vin Diesel hated each other. As reported by National Enquirer an American tabloid, the two stars had frequent tiffs.

"Paul often couldn't stand to be in the same room with Vin. He didn't openly badmouth him, but what millions of fans never knew is Paul really couldn't stand Vin. Paul was convinced Vin was trying to outdo him - stealing the limelight and fawning all over the producers so they'd make him look good. He considered Vin to be very self-centered," revealed a source as reported by the Web site. 

Recently, Vin Diesel paid an emotional tribute to the deceased actor Paul Walker. "Fast and Furious" star will be remembered in a funeral service on Dec. 14, 2013. It was reported by Los Angeles county coroner that the actor died due to combined affects of trauma and thermal injuries.

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