Paul Walker's Death Effect: Christian Bale Banned from Riding a Motorcycle

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By Sonalee singh | January 2, 2014 9:29 PM EST

It seems Chistian Bale's wife, Sibi Bale is deeply affected by Paul Walker's death. Apparently, post Paul Walker's tragic car crash, Sibi has asked Christian to give up his love for high speed biking.


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

"Sibi has always had a problem with Christian's love of fast bikes," says a source to the American tabloid the National Enquirer, adding, "She stopped him from riding them in the streets shortly after the birth of (their daughter) Emmaline eight years ago. Since then, Christian has limited his riding to the race track under very controlled conditions."

Just like Paul Walker, Christian Bale loves riding fast cars and bikes but now that we have lost Paul in a tragic car accident Sibi's worry for Christian is justified.

"Bale even cut back his motorcycle stunt work in the 2012 superhero film The Dark Knight Rises after doing a lot of it in 2008's The Dark Knight," said the source to Showbizspy.com.

In December 2012, Christian Bale met with a bike accident. However, by God's grace he had just injured his arm then.  Reportedly, Sibi is extremely paranoid.

"Since Paul's death, she's totally freaked out," noted the source, adding, "Sibi doesn't want Christian racing at all, and that's going to be a real struggle for him. Christian is obsessed with racing foreign bikes, but he adores Sibi and hates seeing her so worked up over what happened to Paul. As tough as it is for him, Christian is going to quit racing for her. She rules their household with an iron fist, and his attitude is, she's the boss."

"Fast and Furious 7" star Paul Walker died in a tragic car accident. Paul was a sucker for speeding  and that was the major reason why he was part of Fast and Furious franchise. His death has really affected his family and fans and we hope that no other actor meets such fate.

RIP Paul Walker.

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