After a tragic crash that left the two dead, Meadow alleges that the history of instability and control issues by the vehicle, more specifically her father being trapped by a faculty seatbelt, is what led Paul to burn alive.
Meadow Walker was 16 when she filed suit against the automaker in 2015, alleging that her father initially survived the crash in November 2013 but died because he couldn't release his seat belt to escape from the sports vehicle as it burned after a high-speed crash in Santa Clarita.
About two months after Meadow Walker filed her lawsuit, Porsche alleged that the actor knew "knowingly and voluntarily assumed all risk, perils and danger in respect to the use of the subject 2005 Carrera GT".
In addition, they alleged that the auto had a major stabilization issues and that it did not install "electronic stability control system, which is specifically created to protect against the swerving actions inherent in hyper-sensitive vehicles of this type", ABC News reported.
Two months after the lawsuit was filed, Porsche claimed the actor had "knowingly and voluntarily assumed all risk, perils and danger" in respect to the use of the vehicle. Paul Williams Walker III, Paul's father also settled his own lawsuit against Porsche.
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According to a report from The Blast, the 18-year-old "reached a resolution with Porsche on October 16".
Investigators concluded that Rodas was driving at an unsafe speed, causing it go out of control. Investigators said the Porsche was going up to 94 miles per hour (151 kph) in a 45 miles per hour (72 kph) zone when it spun out of control, hitting the sidewalk then later a tree and light post when it crashed.
However, she has now settled with Porsche, according to The Blast, with both parties requesting the dismissal of the wrongful death case as part of the terms.
People also reports that Walker left his entire estate, worth $25 million, to his daughter.
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