Paul Walker's Dad Files a Lawsuit Claiming Family of the Driver Killed with His Son Owes Them Almost $2 Million

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Paul Walker's dad has filed legal documents demanding the family of the driver killed with his son surrender cars he claims belonged to the Fast and Furious actor or pay for them.

Paul Walker III insists that Roger Rodas' family is holding $1.8 million worth of his son's exotic car collection and according to TMZ, he wants them to either return the cars or pay for them immediately.

The legal documents filed by Walker III claim the estate of Rodas — who was driving the Porsche Carrera GT when he and Walker died — refuses to relinquish numerous vehicles belonging to the deceased actor.

The Rodas' family has already refuted the claim, so it's likely a judge will have to sort it all out.

Paul Walker and Rodas co-owned the performance and racing shop, Always Evolving, so they co-owned many of the cars. However, Walker III contends some of those cars were owned outright by his son.

At the time of his death on Nov. 30, 2013, Paul Walker was estimated to hold a personal fortune of $25 million, which he left to to his only child, 16-year-old daughter Meadow Walker.

Paul Walker III said soon after his son's death that Meadow was understandably struggling over the loss of her father.

“Meadow’s taking it really tough, but there again, she has family around her and some very, very loving friends and everybody they’re all close,” Walker III told E! News. “There’s a lot of hugging. A lot of hand-holding. Wonderful people coming telling us how sorry they are.”

Pam Wright