The Hollywood Report has managed to discover those who are in charge of Paul Walker's estate have sued a man for illegally taking possession of several cars.

The Hollywood Reporter has managed to discover those who are in charge of Paul Walker's estate have sued a man for illegally taking possession of several cars.

Walker's associate Richard Taylor has removed a number of cars from his impressive collection within 24 hours after the fatal accident. People working for Taylor went to the storage facilities and removed the vehicles which were taken to unknown locations and now Taylor refuses to bring back the cars and it is believed some of them have already been sold.

Richard Taylor sent a list entitled "Paul Walker Current Car Inventory List" which contained 31 cars owned entirely by the late actor and another one jointly owned with partner Roger Rodas. According to those responsible for Walker's estate, there are seven cars missing from the list, including a 2011 Porsche 911 GT3 RS. In addition, Taylor is being accused for repeatedly failing to provide several original car registrations for the vehicles mentioned in the inventory list.

Paul Walker's estate now wants the missing cars back or compensatory damages if Taylor can't deliver those seven vehicles.