Items discovered at the scene of Paul Walker's death are being sold in an online auction.
An unnamed seller on the site BidAMI.com is selling a fire extinguisher used at the fiery crash, debris from the accident and sunglasses supposedly worn by the late actor.
Kieta, an acquisition specialist with BidAMI.com, told the Daily News there's reason to believe the sunglasses are authentic.
“We photo-matched them to the one’s Paul was wearing [that day],” she said of the verification process.
The auction comes three months after a teenager was arrested in Los Angeles for stealing a part of the 2005 Porsche Carrera GT that the Fast and Furious was driving at the time of his death.
On Nov. 30, Paul and his friend Roger Rodas were killed in a fiery crash when the vehicle burst into flames after hitting a pool.
The 40-year-old actor was returning from a charity fundraiser for victims of Typhoon Haiyan, hosted by Paul’s charity, Reach Out World Wide.
Kieta justified the auction, saying the seller “wanted to do good, not anything disrespectful” and had intentions of donating a percentage of the profit.
“Paul was about charity,” she said. “When he died he was at a charity event.”
The price on the sunglasses is currently $2,092.