Anne Heche’s son Homer Laffoon seeks to be in charge of her estate

Anne Heche’s oldest son desires to be in command of his late mom’s property after the actress died earlier this month with no will, based on authorized paperwork.

Heche’s son Homer Heche Laffoon made the request in Los Angeles County Courtroom this week to manage his mom’s fortune, based on the submitting obtained by The Submit.

Laffoon, who’s 20, wrote Heche’s private property and annual revenue had been “unknown.”

The “Six Days Seven Nights” actress died as the results of a automotive crash that occurred Aug. 5 in Los Angeles. She was dominated mind lifeless earlier than she was taken off life assist days later as soon as her organs had been matched with a recipient.

A report indicated she had medicine in her system when she drove her blue Mini Cooper right into a suburban LA house that sparked a hearth.

Heche had Homer Laffoon with ex-husband Coley Laffoon earlier than their 2009 divorce and had youthful son Atlas Tupper, now 13, with actor James Tupper whereas the 2 had been in a relationship that led to 2018.

Homer Laffoon additionally requested he be appointed by the court docket to characterize his brother’s pursuits through the continuing linked to Heche’s property.

A court docket listening to will probably be held Aug. 11 over the submitting.

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