American actor Paul Walker's death after a tragic car accident left the world shocked and rendered many people speechless. While Paul was in a hiatus to spend more time with his daughter Meadow Walker, she encouraged him to continue acting with the hopes to travel alongside him.
The proud father could not stop raving about how great his daughter is and spent most of his time with her outdoors while he was alive. His only daughter was just at the age of 15 when she lost him over a fiery car crash. She bore an unimaginable burden as she was the closest person in Paul's life.
Meadow's Mother Won Legal Wage War With Paul's Mother
After Paul's death, his mother Cheryl Walker and Meadow's mother Rebecca Soteros had a legal wage war in the court in March 2014. Paul, who was also a boyfriend of her mother Rebecca, died from the Porsche Carrera GT crash on 30 November 2013.
After his death, Rebecca flew to Hawaii to live with Cheryl and her daughter, Meadow. However, things began to fall apart during mid-March 2014 when Paul's mother Cheryl filed to become Meadow's legal guardian.
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Meadow Walker with her late father, Paul Walker (Photo: www.babygaga.com)
The particular incident left Meadow's mother to be annoyed at her former boyfriends' mother. She took her daughter away from the sight of Cheryl and lived at a family friend's house in Hawaii.
Rebecca had severe drinking problems while she was in the relationship with Paul. After her mother's condition, Meadow decided to move to her father's house in California and lived with him in 2011. Reportedly, Paul also had a will to make his mother, Cheryl as the guardian of his daughter in case he died.
After some months of battle, Los Angeles Superior Court Commissioner David J Cowan declared the guardianship owner to her mother, Rebecca Soteros in May 2014. The court also documented that Meadow will live with her nanny and mother. Her mother had received an alcohol withdrawal therapy and had been sober. The mother and daughter duo resides in Paul's home on California.
How Much Is Meadow Walker's Net Worth?
Meadow Walker, 19, has gathered her net worth as a successor of her late father, Paul Walker. After Paul died due to a fiery car crash on 30 November 2013, she became the sole beneficiary of her father's estate which was worth $25 million. According to the court documents, Paul's home had an estimated value of $10 million, and his wealth from the general personal property was worth $8 million. The actor was also expected to earn $8 million from the seventh series of Fast & Furious which was released on 26 March 2015.
In 2015, Meadow secured a $10.1 million settlement from Roger Rodas' Estate. However, she did not receive a penny from Porsche which had a value of around $13 billion. She filed their culpability in her father's death, and her attorney also blamed the multiple design flaws in the Porsche Carrera GT claiming that it resulted in Paul's death after surviving the initial crash.
Meadow has been active in charity works. She recently posted a picture of herself donating a bag of food on her Instagram account, which has more than 1.5 million followers on 15 September 2017. She also added that she would be donating the food to local homeless people. She is also active on a charity foundation called Paul Walker Foundation. She recently posted a tweet on Twitter account and updated her 88K followers about Shelby O’Neil, who is the latest recipient of the Paul Walker Foundation's Youth Leadership Award & Scholarship 2018 on 10 August 2018.
Meadow Walker was born as Meadow Rain Walker on 4 November 1998 in Northern California. At the age of 13, Meadow moved to California and lived with her late father, Paul Walker. Meadow stands at the height of 1.60 m (5' 2'') and holds American nationality. As per wiki, she attended school in Hawaii and spent her early years with her mother, Rebecca Soteros.
She is an avid fan of Justin Bieber. After her father's death, Justin, who is also her friend, invited her in Los Angeles premiere of Believe on 18 December 2013. She is also the reality show, Keeping Up With Kardashians.
Her grandmother, Cheryl appeared in an interview with PEOPLE on 1 August 2018 and revealed that Paul Walker wanted to pick up Christmas tree, so that he and his daughter, Meadow, could decorate it together. Cheryl revealed that in her last conversation with Paul, Paul said that he had forgotten about the event and was talking about holiday plans with his daughter. Unfortunately, the Fast and Furious actor's wish remains unfulfilled after his heart-wrenching demise in a car accident.