As the Paul Walker wrongful death lawsuit continues, The National Enquirer has learned that a new Reelz special has uncovered explosive clues that could tear the suit wide open.
New evidence from the fatal crash, which was overlooked in the official police report, will be presented in PAUL WALKER: COLLISION COURSE, airing Saturday March 18, at 9 pm on Reelz.
As The Enquirer has reported, Walker‘s daughter filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche, claiming that her father was not immediately killed when the car crashed, but that he suffered immensely when it burst into flames.
“Inevitably when the death of someone in Hollywood occurs, it reverberates not only through Hollywood but around the world,” Dylan Howard, Editor in Chief of The Enquirer says on the special. “With Paul Walker it was different. That loyal fan base of that film franchise was rocked to its very core.”
It was an accident that continues to rock his fans.
“He was actually the first guy I ever crushed on,” a young fan says. “And knowing that he’s just gone just tears me into pieces.”
Reminders of that fateful day in 2013 are soon to come back into focus, as the next chapter in the Fast and the Furious franchise hits theaters on April 14. It’s the first one without Walker.
“Everyone was mourning the death of a young man who was not just a brilliant actor but someone whose off-screen persona was equally as good,” recalls Howard.
Tune in to PAUL WALKER: COLLISION COURSE, Saturday March 18, at 9 p.m. on Reelz.