Anne Heche’s Son Homer Announces Her Posthumous Memoir: Details

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Heche on the 74th Annual DGA Awards, March 2022.
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Sharing his mom’s story. Anne Heche’s eldest son, Homer Laffoon, has revealed plans to launch the late actress’ unpublished memoir following her demise at age 53.

“I’ve a duty to share along with her group what she was engaged on and the way excited she would have been to let you know herself,” Homer, 20, wrote in a prolonged Thursday, January 5, message through Heche’s Instagram account. “My mother had a accomplished manuscript for a second e book on the time of her passing. The e book is the product of mother’s additional efforts to share her story and to assist others the place she might.”

He continued: “Name Me Anne is the consequence and I do know she was excited to share with the world. So, mother, right here I’m sharing it with the group you created, might it flourish and tackle a lifetime of it’s personal, as you’d have needed.”

Homer — whom the All Rise alum shared with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon — additionally introduced that there shall be a particular studying of Name Me Anne on the Barnes & Noble at The Grove in Los Angeles, with Heather Duffy — and different movie star buddies — sharing emotional farewell messages. “I do know mother would need to see everybody’s smiling face as she learn an excerpt and signed copies,” Homer continued in his Instagram message. “I don’t plan on utilizing this platform too typically however know she cherished her followers, cherished writing (she wrote endlessly) and it could not really feel proper to not attain out at a time like this.”

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Heche on the ‘The Tender Bar’ movie premiere, December 2021.
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Us Weekly confirmed in August 2022 that Heche had been pronounced useless after she was comatose following her involvement in a fiery automobile crash. The Vanished star is survived by her two sons: Homer and Atlas. (She shared Atlas, 13, with ex James Tupper.)

“My brother Atlas and I misplaced our Mother. After six days of just about unbelievable emotional swings, I’m left with a deep, wordless disappointment,” Homer wrote in an announcement on the time. “Hopefully my mother is free from ache and starting to discover what I prefer to think about as her everlasting freedom. Over these six days, hundreds of buddies, household, and followers made their hearts identified to me. I’m grateful for his or her love, as I’m for the assist of my Dad, Coley, and my stepmom Alexi who proceed to be my rock throughout this time.”

As the 2 brothers mourned their mom, they had been additionally concerned in a court docket dispute concerning Heche’s property since she died and not using a will. Homer filed a request to regulate her funds with Tupper, 57, difficult his claims. The Revenge alum petitioned the court docket to handle Heche’s property and shield Atlas’ portion of the inheritance. Tupper’s request was in the end denied with Homer being named the overall administrator of the property in a November 2022 submitting.

Homer has additionally been candid about grieving the lack of the Name Me Loopy writer. “From August to now, the quantity of affection, care and assist proven by these on social media and IRL has been overwhelming and blessedly acquired — thanks,” he concluded on Thursday. “Sooner or later at a time is working for me as I’m positive the therapeutic journey shall be an extended one. Your good ideas and properly needs will proceed to consolation me on my path.”