BY admin | December 30, 2013
The hoax has angered millions and millions of the fans of celebrated actor. A website had claimed that ‘Paul Walker faked his death’. Meanwhile Fast and Furious 7 may get his brother as replacement
There are people who can go to any extent to get noticed and the hoax seems to be a reason for it alone. Otherwise no sane soul can actually think so dirty things about a person who passed away merely weeks ago, leaving his daughter, girl friend and other family members badly shaken. But his unfortunate death that came very sudden in a car crash seems to have given an opportunity to some people to actually question whether the actor was actually dead. It is the most deplorable act that anyone can do to someone’s family and friends and I am aghast.
Rumours that Fast and Furious star Paul Walker ‘faked’ his own death and is actually alive has been going around. Fans already saddened by the death of the actor are enraged by the insensitivity of the news. Their displeasure has been expressed online on social media like Twitter and Facebook.
The 40 year old actor died last month in a tragic car crash, shocking millions of fans across the globe. Walker was in the middle of filming the seventh film o the Fast and Furious franchise. Universal Studios has pushed ahead the release date of the film from July next year to April, 2015 now. The studio stated, “Continuing the global exploits in the franchise built on speed, Vin Diesel and Paul Walker lead the returning cast of Fast and Furious 7, which will be released by Universal Pictures on April 10, 2015. James Wan directs this chapter of the hugely successful series, and Neal H. Moritz and Vin Diesel return as producers.”
In the meantime the actor’s autopsy report was also released by L.A. County Sheriff’s Department that said the culprit was speed, and that the actor died of “combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries.” The autopsy report also officially identified the passenger of the ill-fated Porsche Carrera GT as Walker and the driver as his friend Roger Rodas, 39. The speeding car hit a concrete lamp post, then a tree and instantly caught fire. Within minutes the car and the tree had been engulfed in fire and a few minutes later both travelers were found dead in the burnt car.
That the actor had faked his death, after all these confirmation details, is a proven hoax and has enraged his fans. The origin of the hoax news is Nodisinfo.com. It stated that his girlfriend is also involved in the hoax and that the crew of the Fast and Furious film staged the elaborate car-crash fire. Enraged fans have reacted on Twitter. One wrote, “”People keep saying Paul Walker is alive…. why would he want to fake his own death?” “I am so sick of seeing these stupid hoax things that Paul Walker is really alive. I wish he was still here but these sites need to quit lying.” Another wrote: “if you’re one of those people who actually believe Paul Walker faked his own death and is still alive, please seek some mental help.”