Firefighters extinguish the fire in the car where actor Paul Walker was killed along with another unidentified man during a car crash in Valencia, Santa Clarita, California
, November 30, 2013. Walker, 40, who was in five of the six "Fast and the Furious" action movies about illegal street racing and heists, was a passenger in a friend's car and was attending a charity event, according to a message linked to his Twitter
account. Picture taken November 30, 2013. REUTERS/Dan Watson/The Santa Clarita Valley Signal/Handout
Paul Walker of "Fast and Furious" film, who died Nov. 30, 2013 at age 40 in a car crash, with his friend Roger Rodas in Santa Clarita, California, has been laid to rest at Forest Lawn Cemetery in Los Angeles, California on Saturday, Dec. 14.
He was reportedly cremated. However, controversies and news stories continue to hound him even after his final ceremony. The latest of which is the rumor that photos of Walker and Rodas' badly burned bodies are up for sale.
According to ShowbizSpy, someone who was at the accident scene took the horrific photos of Walker and Rodas at the crash site and reportedly trying to sell these photos to the highest bidder. A source spoke to Globe magazine about it.
"The image is truly horrifying," the source who saw the photo told Globe magazine in a report from ShowbizSpy.
"The picture ... shows the bodies of the two victims [Walker and friend Roger Rodas] - and makes sure you can't miss them by outlining the corpses in color!"
"The bodies are severely burned and can be clearly seen lying inside the vehicle. Walker's body is still fairly intact. He has fallen backwards and his arms are spread apart. He is completely burned. No more clothes on his body," the source added.
Click HERE to see the photos. (WARNING: Graphic Images)
If the photos of Paul Walker and Roger Rodas' badly burned bodies from the car crash site are really up for sale, then this is very unfortunate news, especially for Walker's family, friends and loved ones who are still mourning his tragic death and have just started to move on.
It's sad that a lot of people want to exploit Walker and Rodas' death and even want to cash in on it as much as they can. Let's hope the sale of the photos will not happen at all. Let's leave the Walker and Rodas family to grieve in peace and remember their loved-ones with beautiful memories, instead of the tragedy that took place and killed the two.
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