Emails Surface In Paul Walker's Wrongful Death Lawsuit Revealing Shocking Cover Up
Earlier this month, we reported Paul Walker's daughter Meadow had lodged a wrongful death lawsuit against Porsche Cars, and now shocking new details have emerged via "improperly redacted" emails.
Meadow claims the emails prove Porsche represenatives knew the Carrera GT, in which her father died, was dangerous but concealed the fact during the aftermath of his death in 2013.
One of the emails written by a Porsche manager stated that 200 of the 1,280 cars in circulation had crashed during the first two years after release, and that these stats would make the model more valuable due to their rarity.
— Meadow Walker (@MeadowWalker) September 12, 2015
"Another Carrera GT bites the dust as a bodyshop mechanic who claimed he was going less than 30MPH smashed into a telephone pole. Looks like he was going more than thirty to me!!!" the email reads. "Total worldwide production of the Carrera GT was 1280 and to date over 200 of them were already totalled. This would be great news to the remaining owners as the GT becomes more rare. Anyone know if these numbers are accurate?"
According to TMZ, another employee replied, "This is in the back of my head every time I get behind the wheel of one of these. It’s just hidden behind the shit-eating grin!”
The emails were made available to Meadow's lawyers through a lucky technical glitch when they switched from viewing the redacted text on a PC to a Mac.
Meadow and her team have filed the lawsuit under the belief that Porsche knew the car was defective and prone to crashes, but failed to tell buyers.
We will update you as the case develops.