It seems like the kind of thing that was bound to happen.
When Paul Walker and his friend Roger Rodas were killed in a car crash about a year ago, the question was raised of what to do with the company the pair jointly owned. The real problem wasn't even the company itself, but rather the huge car collection registered to AE Performance that was worth many millions of dollars. Things started amicably enough, with the cars going to private brokers to be sold off starting back in May.
Now Walker's father, who is the executor of the estate, is claiming that the Rodas family is still in possession of a number of cars either wholly or partially owned by Walker, according to a report from TMZ. He has filed a lawsuit against the family in order to recover either the cars or their equivalent worth in money, which totals $1.8 million. The Rodas family has already denied the claim, so it seems we'll have to wait on a ruling to see what's really going on.