Paul walker dating history
In 1998, Walker made his feature film debut in the comedy Meet the Deedles, which finally gained him fame.
This subsequently led to supporting roles in the movies Pleasantville (1998), Varsity Blues (1999), She's All That (1999), and The Skulls (2000).
And since Paul allegedly met and started dating Jasmine seven years ago (in 2006), this all would've had to happen in a five year period, between 20, years spanning ages sixteen to twenty-one in Aubrianna's life and twenty-eight to thirty-two in Paul's.
We can't know for certain when their interactions turned sexual, but the has a photo of them on vacation together in Prague in 2004, when Aubrianna would have been nineteen, so it's safe to assume it was before that point.
Walker's film career began in 1986, with the horror/comedy film Monster in the Closet.
In 1987 he appeared in The Retaliator (aka Programmed to Kill), a low budget cyborg action film, with Robert Ginty.
I don't get on board with any of that, because I feel that a teenager is a child and a thirty-something is an adult (a belief in which I'm backed up by the law in many states), but I'm admittedly biased based on my own experience with an older man when I was sixteen, and the perspective I've gained since.
I'm already anticipating the flood of comments calling me a terrible person for pointing this out, but I have some bad news for you guys — instead of it being a one-time situation, it's starting to seem like Paul Walker may actually have had a of dating underage girls.
The comments haven't even finished pouring in from people who are furious at me for ‘disrespecting Paul's memory' with my last post, but already we've found more information to suggest that his girlfriend Jasmine Pilchard-Gosnell was not the first sixteen-year old that Paul dated as an adult.
Because if it's true, it's Paul's behavior in itself that was inappropriate.
Nothing I've said here lessens the tragedy of his death in any capacity, but it's unacceptable for Paul's alleged actions to be swept under the rug just because he was a talented, attractive actor.