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1925 - Newhall lawman Jack Pilcher buried; funeral expenses paid by local Ku Klux Klan [story]


PaulWalkerMugActor Paul Walker, who died in a fiery car crash Nov. 30 in Valencia, left his entire $25 million fortune to his daughter Meadow, according to the fan site TMZ.com, which said it obtained a copy of Walker’s will.

Meadow is only 15. According to TMZ, Walker wished for his own mother, Cheryl, to be the guardian – not the girl’s mother, Rebecca Soteros, with whom she now lives.

Meadow had been staying with her dad full-time until his death.

The “Fast & Furious” star named his father, Paul Sr., as the executor, TMZ said. Paul Sr. filed his son’s will in court and is petitioning to have his son’s wishes upheld regarding mom as guardian.

A ruling is expected later this month.

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20 Comments

  1. Denise Ware Denise Ware says:

    I bet she would rather have her Dad

  2. Denise Ware Denise Ware says:

    I bet she would rather have her Dad

  3. Good for the father of Paul to ensure his son’s wishes to be carried out.

  4. Ellen Murphy Ellen Murphy says:

    Why is it anyone’s business how much she is inheriting? At her age she needs and probably wants her dad.

  5. Lisa Peskin Lisa Peskin says:

    My hurt goes to his family and friends! Mr. Walker best wishes in making Paul’s wishes true!

  6. Jr Rodriguez Jr Rodriguez says:

    UR DAD WAS A GREAT ACTOR

  7. Good for her, but that doesn’t make up for him not being around

  8. I’m glad she’s takin care of, even after death!! This show’s how much he loved his daughter.

    • Greg Brown Greg Brown says:

      If he was thinking about his family, he would have had a helmet on, and been racing not in an industrial park, but out on a closed race course with professional assistance nearby, and all the safety precautions in place. Instead, he and his racing pal put their lives and the lives of others at risk for their reckless driving. So sad.

    • Sorry but he was not driving, so I place no blame on him. And I was taught not to speak ill of the dead, the man lost his life and that is all that matters to me.

  9. I loved PW but….. this is no ones business. Don’t put her in danger. You have cray cray people out there… hello!!

  10. I bet she would give that all up for her pops back…

  11. Dorene Tapp Dorene Tapp says:

    No amount of money can replace her Dad.

  12. No money is worth losing your father. Thinking of her always!!!

  13. Doesn’t this seem a bit morbid to be reporting? I fail, number one,to see how this is newsworthy. Secondly, it is not the business of the general public to know the financial affairs of a grieving little girl. Third, in this community, we don’t report on our own community members that make important contributions to our world…and I’m not big on complaining, but couldn’t we reach out more to families whose children enlist, or graduate CHP academy, fire academy, etc.? Leave the walkers alone.

  14. Yea but that does not bring back her Dad, no money in the world could do that….RIP PAUL!!!!

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