Actor Anne Heche died with no will, and her 20-year-old son has filed court docket papers to regulate her property.
Homer Laffoon, Heche’s son with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon, filed a petition in Los Angeles Superior Court docket on Wednesday requesting that he be allowed to manage his mom’s property.
The petition lists Homer Laffoon and 13-year-old Atlas Tupper, Heche’s son with former accomplice James Tupper, as her solely heirs.
The doc says the worth of Heche’s property is unknown. That’s usually the case on such preliminary filings, earlier than anybody has the authorized authority to evaluate the useless particular person’s belongings.
Homer Laffoon additionally filed a petition asking that somebody be appointed to characterize his brother’s pursuits in court docket.
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An electronic mail to a Heche consultant in search of remark was not instantly returned.
On Aug. 5, a automobile Heche was driving jumped a curb, smashed right into a Los Angeles residence and burst into flames. She was declared mind useless on Aug. 11, and was saved alive on life assist for 3 extra days so her organs could possibly be donated.
Heche, 53, was among the many greatest movie stars of the late Nineteen Nineties, starring reverse actors together with Johnny Depp and Harrison Ford, and had labored persistently in motion pictures and tv for greater than three many years.
She was married to Coleman Laffoon, a tv digital camera operator, from 2001 to 2009, and was in a relationship with James Tupper, an actor, from 2007 to 2018. She had a son with every.
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