Well, if she's gonna turn to anyone, we totally expect it to be the "consciously uncoupling" star!
Because, DUH! Who better to understand Beyoncé's pain than the Goop author?!
Justice has been served!
The judge in the trial of Jameson Witty, the thief who stole a piece of the crashed car Paul Walker was in when he tragically died, decided that 6 months in jail was the appropriate punishment for his crime.
Jameson and his accomplice Anthony Janow were caught on camera stealing the T-top roof panel of the Porsche while a tow truck was taking away the wreckage.
The two entered a plea, and Anthony is expected to receive the same sentence in October.
The two thieves were charged in December with felony grand theft, and two misdemeanors for destroying evidence and resisting, obstructing and delaying a peace office.
We sincerely hope they learned their lesson.
We all still miss him.
Paul Walker has been gone for over six months, but the world is still mourning his death.
Especially those that knew him personally and loved him dearly.
A lot of those people were folks from the franchise that made him a star which is why we were SO glad to see that when Fast & Furious 7 finished filming the last shot of the new movie — they posted a beautiful letter in dedication of Paul on the movie's Facebook page.
Here is that letter:
A big, important scene for Fast & Furious 7 was given the brakes by studio execs at Universal because it was just too dangerous and too risky.
The shoot was being set up over at Willow Springs International Raceway just a mere 45 minutes away from the site where Paul Walker died.
We're still so sad thinking about that awful day!
According to sources in the crew, producers were about to use "authentic street racers" in a scene where a tricked out yellow Chevelle pops a wheelie as a crowd cheers!
Even Vin Diesel was on set at the time, as the shoot was being prepared for many days, but the Universal brass cancelled the shoot right before it was to start.
Apparently, members of the staff couldn't get the proper insurance before the race began.
Well, in lieu of the tragedy with Paul, we think better safe than sorry is the appropriate mentality to have!
We can't imagine what it must be like for the cast and the crew of The Fast and The Furious franchise to be making a 7th movie without Paul Walker.
Michelle took to Twitter to say:
Though Universal has denied having any problems with the star, Vin himself has referenced the problems in a new Facebook post.
With a photo of himself on set with his late co-star, Vin wrote:
Porsche claims that a lawsuit filed by widow of Roger Rodas, the person in the unfortunate car accident that killed both himself and and Paul Walker, should be dismissed!
Kristine Rodas previously filed suit against Porsche, stating that the Carerra GT had a faulty part, and lacked a "crash cage" and "racing fuel cell."
But Porsche has pointed out that she couldn't name the faulty part in question, how it contributed to the crash, or if the part was an original or upgrade!
On top of that, they insist that the term "racecar" is a misnomer, and that it is a passenger car. A crash cage and fuel therefore wouldn't be expected by a "normal customer."
However, previously a Porsche exec stated that the car in question was "as close to a racecar as we will ever get" and that it also had "all the disadvantages of a racecar."
Hmm, well that's pretty inneresting. We wonder how that will factor into the motion Porsche filed.
Porsche wants the entire lawsuit tossed out and dismissed! We'll see if that happens!