The daughter of Paul Walker has filed a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche.
She blames the car marker for the Fast and the Furious star’s death two years ago claiming his car did not have key safety features.
Walker’s daughter says he didn’t just die in the crash. He suffered and is blaming Porsche.
The law suit claims the German auto marker took several safety shortcuts which resulted in her father being trapped alive in the passenger seat for more than a minute as his car erupted into flames.
The lawsuit also alleges that the seat belt snapped Walker’s torso back with thousands of pounds of force thereby breaking his ribs and pelvis, trapping him in his seat.
Investigators determined that speed is what killed Walker. They say Roger Rodas who was driving at the time of the crash was going at speeds between 80-93 miles per hour.
But the lawsuit disputes that claiming the car wasn’t going more than 71 miles per hour when it careened into a power pole and Walker might have survived the crash if it weren’t for alleged defects with the Porsche Carrera GT.
The suit alleges that the Porsche Carrera GT had a history of instability and control issues, one the suit contents Porsche was aware of.
Meadow Walker’s attorney tells ABC the bottom line is the Porsche Carrera GT is a dangerous car and it doesn’t belong on the street.
Porsche has no comment as of yet.