Meet Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell, the Young Girlfriend of Paul Walker

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Sun, Dec 1 - 4:12 pm EDT | 10 months ago by
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Santa Barbara, California resident Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell is understandably devestated right now. She’s the girlfriend of actor Paul Walker, who was killed in a fiery crash yesterday. The two had been dating since she was 16 years old — and some reports say she was actually his fiance after they recently got engaged.

Scroll down the page to see 9 pictures of Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell from her Facebook account. She is currently 23 years old. Her deceased boyfriend was 40 at the time of his death.

While some may question the age difference, I don’t see anything wrong with it. Love is blind, as they say. Besides, now is the absolute wrong time to throw any stones. Paul Walker is dead and his girlfriend is attempting to mourn her sudden loss.

Here are the aforementioned images. Go ahead and click the right arrow in order to view the entire gallery:


Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

Jasmine Pilchard Gosnell

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(source: facebook.com)

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  • RJ

    16?

  • Eric King

    Do you have a daughter? If you do, be honest and say you’d have no problem with her dating someone double her age when she’s 16, so I can say you are full of shit.

  • G

    Love is Blind???? Seriously? That’s all you can come up with for a 33 year old dating a 16 year old girl? That goes way beyond age difference.

    • Popgirl

      True, it does go way beyond age difference. She’s kind of homely.

  • Brent Delph

    You people are a bunch of assholes. These two people had a loving LONG term relationship and it’s none of your godamned business.

    • Melissa Kostusiak

      I agree

  • sandra

    People who say that it’s crazy : Please look at your own mistakes and
    dont tell or make decisions about hoe people SHOULD live. Love hs no
    rules. I know what you mean : that its crazy t think it ould be his
    daughter. but i dont think it would take about 7 years when it was not
    serious to him. He was a good guy could have many other girls but he
    wanted her. Look around your self… and about people who do lots of
    Cruel things .. this was just love.

  • Shirley

    whatever problems we all may or may not have over their relationship…clearly it was a long term relationships with both families in support. So let’s leave the judging for our own lives and please, a PERSON died, a person who was someone’s son, father, friend etc. and if anyone even has ANY idea how that feels, you wouldn’t be choosing his death as a sudden desire to take apart his personal relationships. We all have faults, that’s life. Show some respect

  • soapstix

    Why do people automatically think the worst, when we don’t really know what kind of a relationship these two people had.

  • mudcat222

    I saw his daughter had all her friends there to support her at the beach house memorial. Nice to see!! This made me think that if my teenage daughter was friends with her would I let her go to his house? Obviously he and his family & friends see no issues with grown men in their 30′s and 40′s dating teenage girls. Dating and developing relationships with minors is acceptable with these people and that would make it difficult for me to put my teenage girl in that environment. Can you honestly say that if your sixteen yr old daughter was friends with his daughter or just met him somewhere else you would be ok with him having sex with her because true love is true love. Sounds like a stretch to me. Also notice they did not have Jasmine at the funeral or the beach memorial. Some grown men are just turned on by virgins

  • johnnnie5

    Give your head a shake… Love is blind? 33 year olds don’t have much intellectually in common with 16 year olds…

  • Melissa Kostusiak

    Whose to say she was a virgin? I wouldn’t let my child do that which asks the question of why these parents let her, but that’s none of my business and none I yours. At the age of 16 I would’ve seriously jumped on that train! He’s gorgeous!

  • Melissa Kostusiak

    Their isn’t a woman out their who doesn’t wish they were in her shoes