Meadow Walker, Paul Walker’s Daughter, Hasn’t Appeared in Public Since Paul’s Death

December 16, 2013 Updated: December 16, 2013    

Meadow Walker, Paul Walker’s 15-year-old daughter, has been staying out of sight since Paul died on November 30.

Unlike many others her age, Meadow doesn’t have a Facebook, Twitter, or Instagram account. She hasn’t made any public statements about Walers’s death, and she hasn’t appeared in public since the death.

A slew of fake Facebook accounts sprung up after the car crash purporting to be Meadow, and which fooled many people, but were later debunked by representatives of Walker.

Meadow was born to Walker and his ex-girlfriend Rebecca McBrain in Hawaii, where Walker spent a fair amount of time over the years.

She recently moved to California to live with her father and get to better know Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, Walker’s 23-year-old girlfriend.

The Walker family gathered together following Walker’s death in Los Angeles.

Several days after the crash, Paul Walker Sr. told E! News that he, Meadow, and the rest of the family were having a tough time.

“Really tough,” he said. “My two sons stayed here. The daughters are at my wife’s house. It’s hard.”

“Every now and then I’ll really break down. Talking really seems to help…there’s just such a tremendous amount of stories,” Walker Sr. said. “I was just told that my son gave a marine a diamond ring to give to a gal he was going to marry. I never heard that story. He did stuff like that all the time.”

As for Meadow, she’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 Sr. said.

“There’s a lot of hugging. A lot of hand-holding. Wonderful people coming telling us how sorry they are.”

McBrain, Meadow’s mother, traveled to California from Hawaii to be with her daughter.

Walker’s dad said he doesn’t remember ever arguing with his son, who was a kind person. “He had a way when he talked to me that conveyed that he loved me a great deal,” Walker Sr. said.

The “Fast & Furious” cast and crew had grown close over the years through the multiple films, which Walker Sr. referenced.

“I keep hearing that Paul would say to one of the castmembers on the film that they were doing now, Paul said to them, ‘Look you’re not here, you’re not there, you’re not there, we’re all here, everybody in the cast, we’re all equal,'” Walker Sr. said.

Filming for “Fast & Furious 7” was underway when Walker’s sudden death happened, prompting Universal to shut down production until a decision can be made over whether to continue or not.

One option is having Cody Walker, Paul’s younger brother, replace Paul in some of the scenes.

Walker was buried on December 14, with family and some close friends attending the funeral. A memorial afterward included several hundred people, including some of the “Fast & Furious” crew and cast.

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