Anne Heche’s property can’t pay over $8M in money owed, son says – National

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The son of late actor Anne Heche mentioned his mom’s property is unable to pay its excellent money owed, totalling greater than US$6 million (over C$8.2 million).

According to new court docket paperwork obtained by People journal, Heche’s 22-year-old son Homer Laffoon mentioned the property is bancrupt and “not yet in a condition to be closed.”

Heche, who was 53, died in Los Angeles, Calif. after she crashed her automobile right into a residential house in August 2022. She fell right into a coma and died every week after the incident. An post-mortem revealed Heche was not intoxicated or impaired on the time of the crash.


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Laffoon is the proprietor of Heche’s property, and the oldest of her two sons.

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In the court docket submitting, Laffoon mentioned the actor’s property consists of “a modest bank account, royalty payments and other residual income from pre-death projects.” The property additionally features a company by which Heche was a shareholder, an LLC membership curiosity associated to a podcast in addition to private property objects.


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Many of Heche’s belongings are nonetheless being appraised. Laffoon alleged among the objects already assessed have amounted to US$110,000 (about C$150,800).

Laffoon additionally reported Heche’s posthumous memoir Call Me Anne didn’t carry out nicely, with lower than US$25,000 (about C$34,250) in estimated revenue.

The sum will not be sufficient to pay the seven collectors with claims in opposition to the property. Laffoon’s court docket submitting claims three of the collectors are in search of US$2 million (over C$2.7 million) every.

Among the collectors in search of $2 million are the house owners of the house into which Heche crashed her automobile and the renter who was dwelling within the house, who subsequently misplaced a lot of her belongings.


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Heche’s ex-boyfriend, actor Thomas Jane, additionally filed a declare in opposition to Heche’s property in 2022, in search of compensation of a mortgage of greater than US$150,000 (almost C$205,600).

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In the submitting, Laffoon mentioned he’s “actively engaged in attempts to negotiate appropriate settlements of the claims against the Estate.”

He claimed to be assembly with collectors “in an attempt to avoid protracted and expensive litigation” and is “cautiously optimistic” the claims might be resolved with out going to court docket.

Laffoon is the son of Heche and ex-husband Coleman “Coley” Laffoon, an actual property advisor.


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Heche reportedly didn’t have a will. Laffoon requested management of his mom’s property shortly after her loss of life.

The court docket submitting says Heche’s property might not be closed till a minimum of July 2025.

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