[imagebrowser id=1334] JASMINE Pilchard-Gosnell is FURIOUS that Paul Walker snubbed her in his will.
The Fast and Furious hunk left his entire $25 million estate to his 15-year-old daughter, Meadow Walker.
Paul died on November 30 after he was involved in an horrific car accident.
Jasmine and Paul had been together for several years when he died, and used to support her financially.
“Considering Jasmine believed she and Paul would eventually get married, she is gobsmacked that she hasn’t been taken care of in his will,” said an insider.
“She isn’t sure how she is going to make ends meet!
“Jasmine has been offered several modeling contracts, so she may have to turn to that.”
TMZ, which obtained a copy of Walker’s will, says the star wanted to make sure his daughter was taken care of in the event of his death.
Paul’s father, Paul Walker III, filed the will with the court and petitioned to have his wife, Cheryl, appointed as Meadow’s guardian. Paul Sr. also reportedly wants Cheryl to be the custodian of the $25 million, per his son’s will.
Meadow, who was staying with her dad in L.A. prior to his death, currently lives with her mom, Rebecca McBrain, in Hawaii. A court hearing regarding Paul Sr.’s requests is scheduled later this month.
As previously reported, Jasmine is struggling to adapt to life without Paul, so Rebecca is trying her best to be supportive.
Meadow lived with Paul and Jasmine in Los Angeles up until he died on November.
“Rebecca has been in touch with Jasmine,” a source said.
“She knew Meadow and Jasmine got along well, so she is keen to make sure she’s doing okay – if only for Meadow’s sake.”
“Even though Paul and Rebecca were only together for a short time, they shared a special bond because of Meadow – and she knows what a special guy Paul is.”
A source previously revealed that not only did Paul and Jasmine plan to tie the knot, they’d also discussed starting a family together.
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