Paul Walker's father, Paul William Walker III, has filed a lawsuit against Porsche claiming that the Porsche Carrera GT the Fast & Furious actor was driving during a 2013 crash led to his death as it lacked safety features.
The suit also claims that the automaker knew the model had a history of instability and control issues, according to the Associated Press.
These claims are the same as those stated in many other lawsuits over the crash, including one being made by Paul Walker's daughter, Meadow.
Walker was on a break from filming the seventh movie in the Fast & Furious franchise when he was killed. He was riding in the Carrera GT driven by friend and business associate Roger Rodas when the car spun out of control, struck three trees and burst into flames on a street in California.
Porsche are yet to comment on the suit, but have previously stated in documents filed to the L.A. Superior Court, that the Fast & Furious actor was aware of the car's risks, and that what happened in 2013 was his "own comparative fault."