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Paul Walker's brother Cody Walker has expressed his outrage over a report that said the Fast & Furious actor had faked his own death.

A report on, had gone as far as to say that Walker did not die and the whole incident was a hoax.

The website stitched together a detailed conspiracy theory, saying Walker and his friend Roger Rodas were alive.

Cody took to his Facebook account and wrote: "So Disrespectful.This media is so cruel.Please Let My Brother Rest In Peace....."

The report banked on the conspiracy stories doing the rounds and said there was a "cover-up". However, the actor's fans the world over, who are mourning his death, expressed dismay over the new rumours.

The website had said Walker and Rodas were not inside the car that went up in flames. "It has been proven beyond a shadow of a doubt, here, that the accident is a fabrication and that there wasn't any real car crash. Rather, what is seen is imagery of a man-made car fire and a car pre-placed in position to be incinerated: without either Walker or Rodas inside," the report said, illustrating images it claimed were from the crash scene.

Walker, 40, was on his way to a charity event when the car, driven by his friend Roger Rodas, lost control and crashed into a tree before bursting into flames. The two were pronounced dead at the scene.

Previously, American celebrity Tila Tequila had claimed that Paul was a victim of a "ritualistic murder". The 32-year-old Singapore-born star sparked controversy after writing on her Facebook page that she also knows who killed Elisa Lam, the 21-year-old Canadian woman who went missing from The Cecil Hotel in Los Angeles in January.