Meet the mother of Paul Walker's daughter.
Paul Walker led a quiet and philanthropic life outside of his Fast And The Furious franchise. However, since the humble actor's untimely death, his love life has been thrust into the spotlight for the first time.
At the time of his passing, Walker, 40, was back on with his on-and-off girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell, who was 17 years Walker's junior and just 16 when they met. Walker additionally remained incredibly close to Aubrianna Atwell, 28, whom he met and dated 12 years ago.
Prior to dating these women, Walker was in a relationship with Rebecca McBrain, the mother of his 15-year-old daughter Meadow Rain. "Rebecca is being there for her daughter, who is naturally devastated. She and Paul had some good times together. She too is upset by his death."
Here are 5 more facts about Paul Walker's former love:
Walker admitted to cheating on McBrain while they were together.
Walker just couldn't commit to McBrain, even after getting her pregnant. "I knew where I was at with chicks and having fun. I mean, I was sleeping with her friends, for crying out loud!" he confessed.
They still made everything work for their little girl.
Though he admits that not marrying McBrain made him feel like "an evil SOB," Walker explained, "I love my daughter so much, and I love her mom too. We get along so well as a result of me playing it the way that I did."
She lives in Hawaii.
McBrain raised her and Walker's daughter Meadow for years in the volcanic islands until the teenager decided she wanted more time with her dad and moved into his California home.
She's married to another celeb!
She's the Mrs. to Iron Maiden drummer Nicko McBrain, whose music is just as fast and furious as Walker's films.
... But that's not all roses, either.
McBrain was reportedly arrested for trying to stab a man on her and Nicko's property, though reports are conflicting as to whether or not it was Nicko himself.
Our thoughts remain with Paul's family and friends. If you'd like to donate to Reach Out Worldwide, a charity founded by Paul, click here.
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