Porsche Employees Joked About Paul Walker's Death


I think I'm going to be sick.

In November 2013, famed "The Fast and the Furious" actor Paul Walker died when the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT he was a passenger in apparently spun out of control in Los Angeles and ignited in flames after slamming into a pole and trees.

The Porsche was driven by Walker's friend, Roger Rodas, who owned a racing shop, and Walker was in the front seat next to Rodas.

At the moment, Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow Walker, is embroiled in a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche, and new leaked court documents from the case appear to prove Porsche employees joked about Paul Walker's death.


Apparently, court documents reveal at least one Porsche employee joked in an email that crashes of the model car Paul Walker was a passenger in, the 2005 Carrera GT, were good for sales numbers.


Superior Court of California

As you can see in the court document above, the email from a Porsche employee read,

What. The. Hell.

According to DailyMail.com, lawyers requested a Los Angeles Superior Court judge smack Porsche with sanctions for attempting to purposely hide the above email and others.

Walker's daughter, Meadow, is reportedly seeking $52,752.50 in sanctions.

Speaking on this harrowing new development, Meadow Walker's attorney, Jeffrey Milliam, told DailyMail.com,


Meadow Walker's attorney released a statement that read:

I think I speak for everyone when I say I'm praying Paul Walker and his family get the justice they deserve.

Citations: 'This would be great news to the remaining owners!' Porsche employee accused of joking about the crash that killed Paul Walker because it boosted the value of other 'rare' Carrera GTs (DailyMail.com)