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by jethro nededog
Estate is valued at RM83mil.
PAUL Walker has left his entire estate, valued at US$25mil (RM83mil), to his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow.
Filed Jan 28 in Santa Barbara, the Fast and the Furious actor’s last will and testament also names Walker’s father the executor of the estate. His mother has been named Meadow’s guardian, according to court documents.
The will was prepared and signed in 2001, the same year he first starred in the original Fast and the Furious. The successful franchise will continue to generate residuals to the estate.
Walker, 40, died in a car crash in Valencia, California, in November. He had been in Valencia for a fundraiser benefiting his charity Reach Out Worldwide.
The Porsche that the star died in was travelling at a speed of more than 160kmh when it crashed, the Los Angeles County coroner’s department determined.
Walker and business partner Roger Rodas – who was driving the Porsche during the fiery crash – tested negative for alcohol and drugs, as did Walker. The deaths have been deemed accidental, caused by an auto colliding with a fixed object.
TMZ first reported news of Walker’s estate plans. – Reuters
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