BY Staff Reporter | Feb 25, 2014 10:05 PM EST
It's been nearly three months since the death of actor Paul Walker.
When it was announced that Paul Walker was dead, the media turned its attention to his daughter Meadow Walker.
The future of the 15-year-old daughter of the late "Fast and Furious" star is still quite unclear. Although it was assumed that Meadow would be living with her mother Rebecca in Hawaii, the late actor's will states that he wished for his daughter to be raised by his mother, Cheryl Walker.
For now, the teen is living with her grandmother, a set-up that both the teen and her mother seem to be okay with since Meadow wants to continue living in California.
The Daily Mail has reported that Walker had mostly been absent in Meadow's life as she grew up in Hawaii with her mother.
In 2011, several years before Walker was found dead in an explosive car crash with his friend, his daughter Meadow moved to California to live with her father.
Walker told Entertainment Weekly of the experience saying, "She's the best partner I've ever had. I've never had anything like this in my life. I've been so transient; I've been on my own since I was 16. There's a part of me who feels like I'm making up for lost time."
The actor, who gained fame through the "Fast and Furious" franchise, left his entire $25 million fortune to Meadow.
As Paul's family still struggles with his death, Ludacris has expressed displeasure in losing a pay day because Walker is now dead.
The actor-rapper reportedly can't pay the $15,000 a month child-support the mother of his child wants him to pay.
It has been reported that Ludacris told the judge that he was relying on "Fast and Furious 7," which has now been put on hold, to make bank for his child-support.
TMZ reports that "Fast and Furious 7" co-star Tyrese Gibson also added on to that, claiming that he could not pay child-support for the same reason.
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