Paul Walker's family is in distraught since his passing away. His daughter Meadow Walker, brother Cody Walker and GF Jasmine Gosnell are the ones who are most affected by his death. However, the recent reports from Nodisinfo.com claim that Walker is not dead and he has faked his own death. Supporting the claims the website has even released photos of Paul's sightings in Miami, Florida and has further claimed that Paul's family and friends helped him fake his death.
The website's report reads: "They are all lying. Paul Walker didn't die. Nor did Roger Rodas. They are both alive and well, and their relatives well know it. It has already been established that the relatives of Paul Walker are involved in a cover-up, that is the cover-up of faking the actor's death. It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, here, that the accident is a fabrication and that there wasn't any real car crash. Rather, what is seen is imagery of a man-made car fire and a car pre-placed in position to be incinerated: without either Walker or Rodas inside."
Blurred photographs of Paul Walker's girlfriend Jasmine Gosnell was published which showed her having a hearty laugh. This led the website to reach the conclusion that Walker is still alive.
These assertions have exasperated Paul's fans and many of them expressed their anger for media being too insensitive to Walker's death.
This is not the first time that media has come up with such claims regarding a Hollywood actor's death. According to findings by Guardianlv.com a similar uproar was caused in 1940 on passing away of a want a to be actress Elizabeth Short, nicknamed the Black Dahlia. Media was immensely fascinated by the horrific circumstances, which led to actress's death and their constant probing in the reasons of her death shot her to fame, which an average celebrity could not possibly imagine.
So is media being insensitive by providing such explicit and probably false details about Fast Furious star death?
Paul's brother Cody Walker is silent about such claims and was spotted collecting Paul's thing from his home.
Let us know what do you think regarding the rumors surrounding Walker's death.
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