Michelle Rodriguez Coped With Paul Walker’s Death With Psychedelics And Fast Cars

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Michelle Rodriguez is famous for playing tough, independent women in a number of successful action films. Her enthusiasm, sense of humor, and kindness has made her a popular celebrity.

Apart from appearing in action thrillers, Michelle Rodriguez dedicates a good proportion of her time away from her busy film schedule to raising money for charity by auctioning off amazing adventure tours to eager enthusiasts. Forbes reported that Michelle Rodriguez teamed up with the amazing Genghis Cohen, arguably the most connected man in Vegas, to bring high adventure travel experiences to a whole new level.

As a part of this adventure experience, Michelle Rodriguez accompanied an enthusiast to spend a magical day in the Mojave Desert by riding in an SUV Limo, flying in a Maverick helicopter, and speeding on a professional speedway in exotic cars. Michelle Rodriguez and the team got to ride in a variety of cars, which included a Lamborghini Aventador LP700, Ferrari 488 GTB, and a Porsche 991 Turbo.

To add to this, Michelle Rodriguez accompanied the adventure team when trying powerful weapons like the Remington 700.308 Suppressed Sniper Rifle, M249 SAW, Full Auto Glock, and the M60. Having an amazing time with Michelle Rodriguez in the rough terrain proved to be the icing on the cake for the adventurous participants, whose Las Vegas adventure trip was made even more memorable by their spectacular hotel, genuine champagne, and the Moroccan Hammam spa. And on every lap of the adventure, there was a professional guide who accompanied the team to ensure their safety at all times.

In fact, the Vine Report reported that Michelle Rodriguez was helped by a professional when she recently test drove the Jaguar F-Type SVR in Nevada.

Michelle Rodriguez may be perceived as a speed demon in the Fast and Furious franchise, however, in reality, she does need to be accompanied by an expert while zooming down a speedway. In fact, the news of Michelle Rodriguez test driving the Jaguar comes at a time when Fast 8, the next installment in the Fast and Furious franchise, is set to be released in theaters. Of course, the news of the latest Fast and Furious movie’s release comes as a bittersweet announcement for fans of Paul Walker, who was notably killed in a car crash back in 2013.

Despite the three years that have passed since the actor’s death, it seems that Michelle Rodriguez has yet to come to terms with the loss of her dear friend and co-star. And Michelle Rodriguez’s escapades into the fast and furious world of adventures travels and speeding cars will not make it easy for her to cope with Paul Walker’s death.

Recently, People reported that Rodriguez was shattered by Paul Walker’s death and slipped into a deep depression in the months after his accident.

Michelle Rodriguez has revealed that her grief was fueled by more than just sadness and that her grief almost drove her towards insanity. It seems that the Fast and Furious actress was resistant to come to terms with the reality that every individual has their own unique journey and that life is transient and fragile.

Michelle Rodriguez reportedly opened up about her pain her in The Reality of Truth, a documentary by Mike “Zappy” Zapolin that shows how different people, groups, and cultures resort to alternative means like spirituality, meditation, and psychedelics to come to terms with the realities of life. Michelle Rodriguez resorted to taking a Peruvian psychedelic drug called ayahuasca, which she says helped her to fully grieve the death of Paul Walker. According to the actress, her ayahuasca trip made her accept the fact of Paul Walker’s death.

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