Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow, has sued Porsche over her dad's death. The 16 year old has registered a wrongful death case against Porsche, according to US media reports.
Meadow has claimed that Porsche had used 'shortcut safety methods'.
Paul Walker died in a car crash in 2013, when he was getting back from a charity event with a friend, Roger Rodas driving a Porsche Carrera when the car lost control and hit a pole before bursting into flames.
The seat belt, Walker was wearing apparently snapped his spine, pinning him in his seat, while also breaking his ribs and pelvis. This trapped the Hollywood actor when the car caught fire.
According to a new document, reported by the LA Times, the Porsche lacked "features that could have prevented the accident or, at a minimum, allowed Paul Walker to survive the crash".
What makes it more interesting is that Rodas' widow had filed a similar complaint some time back. But Porsche denied that, saying it was not the car's or design fault, but the driver's.
Meadow Walker has not commented on this yet, but so has Porsche, who has not publicly responded to the claims.