Yep. Some asshole actually did this.
It’s really sad that this is even happening. According to a new report, the estate of Fast and Furious star, the late Paul Walker, is now in a battle to retrieve more than 30 of his cars that were allegedly stolen within the first 24 hours of his tragic death. The Yahoo News report states that court papers filed on behalf of Walker’s estate claim that Richard Taylor and several of his helpers are "accused of removing over 30 of Walker’s cars from a warehouse...within 24 hours of the November 30, 2013 fatal crash."
The suit charges that Taylor is hiding several of these cars and that he may have even sold a few for personal profit. So what were some of the cars allegedly taken? A 2008 BMW M3, 2006 Ford Crown Victoria, 2004 GMC truck, three 1995 M3s, and a 2011 Porsche GT3 RS. Some of Walker’s other cars in his collection include a ’95 Ford Bronco, ’98 Toyota Supra W-sport R, ’09 Nissan 370Z, and a ’00 Audi S4 Quattro, to name just a few. Attorneys for Walker’s estate are requesting for a jury trial over this matter.