UPDATE ON PAUL WALKER’s DEATH

A man smartly tried to make money from Paul Walker’s death by selling pieces of burned bark he claims he took from the tree Paul crashed into.

The seller says he took 6 pieces of charred tree from the crash site and put them on eBay requesting for a $100 minimum per item.

The seller had a change of heart cos he was scared with the hate messages he got and he decided to to pull the auction for good.

The seller tells TMZ, “I would like to apologize to the family, friends, and fans of Paul Walker.  At the time I listed the bark for sale, I did not realize the emotional impact it would have.”

Similar event happened this week where a man was arrested for trying to steal from Paul Walker’s wreckage

Fast & Furious 7 director James Wan says that the movie will indeed be completed after the tragic death of star Paul Walker last weekend.

On Wednesday, Universal announced that it was shutting down production indefinitely following the actor’s fatal car crash.

When asked by TMZ to give an update, Wan said of the cast and crew, “They’re pretty sad and very somber. But we’re all dealing with it.”

He then confirmed that the movie will still be made.

From our Hot News Editor: Cynthia Eze.

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One Response to UPDATE ON PAUL WALKER’s DEATH

  1. rick says:

    paul died doing what he loved. speed. this shows how fast your life can be taken away. it is a wake up call for all of us. life goes on and we must look forward not back. as a fast and furious fan, i will miss paul greatly. to his family, my heart goes out to you all as well as paul’s fans.

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