Because the battle over Anne Heche’s property wages on, the late actress’ eldest son, Homer Laffoon, and her ex James Tupper proceed to trade a confrontation.
The I Know What You Did Final Summer time star died in August 2022 following a fiery automobile crash, throughout which she by accident drove her car 30 toes right into a Los Angeles dwelling. Whereas Heche’s situation was initially secure following the incident, she rapidly fell right into a coma for 4 days and was declared legally lifeless on August 12, 2022.
Heche, who was 53 on the time of her passing, died of inhalation of smoke and thermal accidents, based on the Los Angeles County Medical Examiner-Coroner. The One other World star was trapped within the burning dwelling for 45 minutes earlier than firefighters had been in a position to management the blaze. A “sternal fracture on account of blunt trauma” was one other “important situation” famous within the coroner’s report, which additionally dominated her dying as unintentional.
For the reason that star’s passing, her relations have been preventing to regulate her property as Heche died and not using a will. The Six Days, Seven Nights actress had two sons: Homer, born in March 2002, whom she shared with ex-husband Coleman “Coley” Laffoon, and Atlas Tupper, born in March 2009, whom she shared with James. (Heche was legally married to Coley from 2001 to 2009 and dated James from 2006 to 2018.)
The authorized drama kicked off in September 2022, after Homer was granted management of his late mom’s property. James rapidly protested this allocation, alleging in his personal courtroom paperwork that Heche said in a 2011 electronic mail that the Males in Timber star is the one who ought to management her property within the occasion of her dying. James additionally asserted that Homer and Heche had been “estranged” on the time of her passing, which Homer denied via his lawyer.
One month later, after Homer sought to “develop his authority” because the particular administrator of Heche’s property, per paperwork obtained by Us — claiming that it was needed with a purpose to take management of extra property and valuables from the property — James as soon as once more hit again at his former stepson by way of authorized paperwork. This time, the actor claimed Homer was “hostile” in the direction of his youthful half-brother and shouldn’t be granted any extra rule over Heche’s property.
Per courtroom paperwork obtained by Leisure Tonight, James alleged that Homer has behaved in a “hostile method in the direction of Atlas and has refused to speak with him or his representatives in any respect.”
Hold scrolling to see all the pieces James and Homer have mentioned about one another through the battle for Heche’s property: