Paul Walker's longtime girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell was spotted for the first time since the actor's shocking death over Thanksgiving weekend. She looked distraught and seemed to be crying as she hugged a friend outside his home in Santa Barbara on Tuesday, December 3.
Most recently, "Fast and Furious" family released a moving tribute video to remember the late actor. The video is filled with his various scenes from the six car race movies, with "Coming Home" by Diddy-Dirty Money played as a backsound.
Walker died with his friend Roger Rodas in a fiery Porsche car crash on November 30. The actor was a passenger, while the former pro racer was behind the wheel. The preliminary result of his autopsy reveals that he died of "combined effects of traumatic and thermal injuries."
A private memorial attended by friends, family and colleagues was held near the crash site Monday night. Co-star Vin Diesel was among the attendees, while Tyrese Gibson had visited the crash site before. He broke down in tears as he laid flowers during the emotional visit.
A funeral is currently in the works. Walker's "Fast and Furious" family is helping with the arrangements. In lieu of flowers or other gifts, fans are kindly asked to make donations to his charity Reach Out Worldwide (ROWW). They can also buy "Fast and Furious 6" DVD which part of the proceeds will benefit the organization.
Walker, 40, is survived by his 15-year-old daughter Meadow, while Rodas leaves behind his wife and two children.