“It wasn’t a sadness that he’s gone. It was more like a jealousy that he’s there first,” Rodriguez said after sipping Ayahuasca tea –an extremely potent psychedelic plant brew – in a documentary, titled “The Reality of Truth.”
“My ayahuasca trip made me sad that he left me here,” Rodriguez says in the documentary. The documentary is scheduled to be released this winter, according to news.com.au.
Walker died in a car crash on November 30, 2013. The 40-year-old actor was on a break from filming the seventh installment of the “Fast and Furious” franchise when the accident happened.
On Monday, a California federal judge ruled that Porsche Cars of North America is not at fault for the 2013 crash, CNN reported.
The lawsuit was filed by Kristine Rodas, the widow of the car’s driver, Roger Rodas.
Walker’s daughter, Meadow Rain, filed a separate lawsuit in September 2015 against Porsche for wrongful death, saying the car had multiple design flaws.The young Walker is seeking undisclosed damages for alleged defects that her lawyers claim kept the actor trapped in the Porsche Carrera GT when it crashed and burst into flames.
Jeff Milam, Meadow’s attorney, said she is not affected by the decision but will continue the fight against the car company.
“Meadow will continue the fight to hold Porsche accountable for selling a defective product that kills,” Milam said in a statement.
A 2013 coroner’s report indicated Walker survived the crash but died of injuries from the impact and the fire, CNN reported.
“The vehicle lacked safety features that are found on well-designed racing cars or even Porsche’s least expensive road cars — features that could have prevented the accident or, at a minimum, allowed Paul Walker to survive the crash,” the lawsuit stressed.