"I Walk the Streets of
One": Paul Walker’s
Facebook Post As Her
Father Reveals She’s
in Grief Counseling
Losing a loved one is never easy, and for Paul Walker’s longtime girlfriend, Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell, life has been incredibly hard since she said goodbye to the actor.
“I walk the streets of one,” the 23-year-old was quoted in a Facebook post recently, along with a photo of the somber young woman as she took her dog for a walk.
Now her father reveals in an exclusive interview she’s in therapy to cope with the 40-year-old’s tragic death.
“I have her in grief counseling,” said Casey Gosnell, 47. “You have to understand that she is still terribly wounded by Paul’s death and will be for a long time.”
The blonde has yet to publicly talk about Paul’s death from a car accident in Santa Clarita, Calif., last November.
On her Facebook page, it reads, “Every day, in some small way, memories of you come our way. Though absent, you are ever near, still missed, still I will always love you. Rest in peace love.”
“Maybe one day she’ll be ready to talk about Paul, but she’s not there yet,” her father added.
Jasmine remains close with Paul’s brothers, Cody and Caleb Walker [pictured below], who are currently filming the seventh installment of the Fast & Furious franchise. As reported, they have signed on to shoot the unfinished scenes featuring Paul’s character, Brian O’Connor.
“She’s trying to deal with her loss - it’s been very hard for her,” Casey tells the MailOnline. “But she has her family and we’re trying to help and support her as much as we can.”
Sources tell the outlet she’s been spending time with her mother, Julie Pilchard, in Santa Barbara, Calif., as she puts the pieces of her life back together.
Jasmine began dating Paul when she was just 16-years-old — he was 33 at the time. They had been living together at the time of his death, and Jasmine had been close with his 15-year-old teen daughter, Meadow.
Meadow recently posted a touching photo with her late father on her new Facebook account. The young girl also opened an Instagram and Twitter account in order to “combat the imposter profiles that are continually created.”
Meadow is set to inherit her father’s multimillion-dollar estate at the age of 18.