The 'Fast and Furious' actor's remains have been released by the Los Angeles County coroner's office to his family and the funeral reportedly will be private.
Family and close friends are going to hold Paul Walker's funeral this weekend, E! News reports. "All of the funeral details are still being worked out," a source said. On Tuesday, December 10, the Los Angeles County coroner's office released the actor's body to his family. Assistant chief of coroner's investigations Ed Winter told Los Angeles Times that the body was turned over to Forest Lawn Mortuaries where many stars were buried.
A separate report from TMZ suggests that the "Fast and Furious" actor's funeral will be small and private. Sources told the site that the funeral would be by invitation only and the crew of the car-racing movie franchise would be invited. The sources additionally said that the family would hold larger memorial sometime following the funeral, but it would also be for invited people only.
Walker and his friend Roger Rodas passed away in a fiery car accident on November 30. The actor's teenage daughter Meadow, who recently moved in to stay with the star, is doing her best to cope with the sudden passing. "She is doing OK and as well as can be expected. She is a little lost right now and is spending a lot of time with her close friends," an insider said.
Two weeks prior to his death, Walker talked about Meadow to Us Magazine. In the interview which is featured on its latest issue, Walker said, "I'm glad I had her at 25, because at 40 and 15, we're matching up sweet. It's just working. It's perfect."