Tila Tequila's stream of bizarre Facebook posts generally center on conspiracies and things like Hitler's good qualities and Lucifer, and now the former reality TV star is claiming that "Fast & Furious" actor Paul Walker's death was actually a "ritualistic murder."
Tequila, the 32-year-old Internet celebrity who rose to fame on MySpace before getting her own MTV dating show in 2007, penned a post over the weekend claiming that Walker was murdered and not killed in a fiery car crash Nov. 30
Lam was a 21-year-old Canadian woman who was found dead in the rooftop water tank of the Los Angeles' Cecil Hotel
in February. Walker, 40, was killed last week when the Porsche Carrera GT he was riding in with friend and driver Roger Rodas smashed into a pole in Valencia, Calif.
The Los Angeles Coroner's office ruled Lam's death an accidental drowning. Walker, according to his autopsy, died of traumatic and thermal injuries relating to the crash.
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What's weird is the timing of Tequila's claims about "ritualistic murder," considering one of the directors of her MTV reality show, "A Shot at Love With Tila Tequila," was apparently shot to death the day before Thanksgiving. Los Angeles police said James Marcus Howe was killed by a group of intruders who forced their way into his home.
Some believe Tequila may just be looking to make headlines with her crazy Facebook posts about 9/11 conspiracies, Hitler, and Satan.
Others think she might be struggling with substance abuse or mental illness. She reportedly completed a stint in rehab in 2012 and has opened up before about her struggles with multiple personalities and bipolar disorder.
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