'Paul Walker Faked Own Death' Report: Fake News, Dental Reports Confirm the Death

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By Tarun Mazumdar | January 2, 2014 1:08 PM EST

Paul Walker's fake death reports have been doing rounds on the Internet. People are going all crazy over it. As a matter of fact, it has become annoying now. Come on, let the guy rest in peace already. The L.A. County Coroner's office has completed their examination through the dental records for Paul Walker and his buddy, Late Roger Rodas, who was driving the ill-fated 2005 Porsche Carrera GT.

Walker played Brian O'Conner in the franchise centred on illegal street racing and heists.

The L.A. County Coroner's Office released a statement regarding the crash that took the lives of Paul and Roger. Paul died due to a "combination of traumatic and thermal injuries."

Sunday World reported the news of dental records confirming the death of "Fast and the Furious" star and his friend. The statement revealed that Paul did not die due to the impact of the accident. He was also alive for only a few seconds after the tragic crash. The fire caused by the impact took Paul's life away. However, Roger died after the impact and fire was not the cause of his death.

The toxicology reports will take at least six to eight weeks.

Paul Walker's Fake Death Reports were rubbished by his Fans

We reported that fans rubbished the theories that he is alive. His fans believe that such theories and reports will not let his soul rest in peace.

"Why would Paul Walker fake his own death?! Let the dead rest in peace!" tweeted @CillaBrady.

"I'm pretty sure Paul Walker would not fake his death. I really wish it was true, but I doubt it," tweeted @Saigeeyy06.

"The same breed of people who thought Sandy Hook was fake now claim Paul Walker faked his own death. They're called Scum. #Horrible," tweeted @Detroit_7_23_67.

A Web site named nodisinfo claimed that Paul Walker is alive and faked his death. 

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Walker played Brian O'Conner in the franchise centred on illegal street racing and heists.
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