• Vin Diesel is leaving the 'Fast & Furious' franchise
  • He is embroiled in several accusations
  • THIS is what we know so far

Diesel's heartfelt Instagram post to 102 million followers clashes with a recent lawsuit filed by a former assistant accusing him of sexual assault during 'Fast Five' filming. Dive into the high-speed drama of Vin Diesel's career and the controversial lawsuit that's grabbing headlines.

What happens to Vin now?

Vin Diesel, the engine behind the "Fast and Furious" franchise, has fans' pistons pumping with excitement for the upcoming "Fast 11," the final chapter in the saga that's captivated audiences for over two decades!

In a touching Instagram tribute, Diesel revved up emotions, expressing gratitude for the fans' "profound" impact on the series. But it's not all nitrous and nostalgia; Diesel's cruise to the finish line hits a speed bump with a scandal in the rearview mirror.

As Vin Diesel prepares to bid adieu to his iconic role as "Dominic 'Dom' Torreto," a shadow looms over the celebration. Asta Jonasson, a former assistant, has thrown a wrench in the works with a lawsuit alleging Diesel sexually assaulted her in 2010.

The legal team at Greenberg Gross is fueling the fight for Jonasson, while Diesel's camp, with attorney Freedman at the wheel, calls the allegations "outlandish" and promises clear evidence to refute them.

In a twist that could rival any 'Fast and Furious' plot, Dwayne 'The Rock' Johnson has put the brakes on his feud with Diesel and is set to appear in the next installment. Fans are buckling up for what promises to be an explosive reunion on the big screen!

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Despite the legal dust-up, Diesel remains focused on the "Fast" family, celebrating the series' success and the bonds formed over tire-smoking stunts and heart-racing heists.

"This grand finale is not just an ending; it’s a celebration," Diesel declares, inviting fans to one last joyride.