Meadow Walker, daughter of the late "Fast and Furious" star Paul Walker finally settled the wrongful death lawsuit with Porsche on Tuesday, October 24, nearly four years after her father died in a tragic car accident.
The lawsuit was resolved earlier this month, according to a report by ABC news. Both the parties will keep the terms of the settlement confidential.
The 18-year-old had launched the Paul Walker Foundation in 2015, where she has been honoring her father's memory by working with the foundation.
Paul Walker himself was quite a humanitarian as he used his celebrity status and his charity to help people in difficulty, whenever he wasn't working on his films.
For a matter of fact, on the day Paul died, he was involved in a charity work for his nonprofit Reach Out Worldwide, trying to give aid to those affected in the Philippines by a typhoon. He has also created a travelogue of all his visits to various countries trying to donate supplies and serve those in need.
Now Meadow Walker has followed her father's footsteps by doing much of the same. Last month she uploaded a post on Instagram. She wrote," Donating a bunch of food to a local homeless shelter today!! I love seeing all of your random acts of kindness and can't wait to see more.#PWFdogoodchallenge ".
In another post on Instagram, on her father's birthday, she wrote," In honor of my dad's birthday today, we're challenging you to DO GOOD! Share a video or photo of your random act of kindness and nominate 4 people to join the challenge! Be sure to tag the foundation as well as hashtag #PWFdogoodchallenge, so we can check out all of your posts! I nominate @marisamiller @vindiesel @meghanrochey & @lilchaseyk." She also encouraged some of her friends to upload their good deeds by nominating them to accept the #PWFdogoodchallenge.
Recently, the young social worker has been posting pretty much about his father's compassionate legacy and how she is trying her best to continue it. Check out her other posts on Instagram here.