Anne Heche († 53) estate is sued for 2 million

After a serious car accident in Los Angeles, Anne Heche († 53) died in hospital in August. The actress crashed into a house in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles in the summer with a Mini Cooper. After the car caught fire, the house also caught fire.

Homeowner is suing Anne Heche’s estate

Lynne Mishele was working from home when the “Donnie Brasco” star drove her car into the house. The young woman and her pets narrowly escaped death when Heche’s car “broke through the front wall and hurtled through the living room, kitchen, study and closet into the main room before landing in the laundry/storage room of her house.”

Now she wants to stand up for her rights. According to documents available to the American magazine “People”, the lawyers representing Lynne are seeking an amount of “at least two million dollars” (equivalent to 1.93 million euros) in damages. However, since dead people cannot be prosecuted, the lawsuit in this case concerns Anne’s estate and thus her possible heirs or custodians of the estate.

Lynne Mishele is severely traumatized after the accident

While the media focused their coverage on Anne Heche’s condition and now mostly shed light on the inheritance dispute, the August 5, 2022 incident left plaintiff Lynne Mshele completely traumatized. The woman is terrified and plagued with nightmares and flashbacks of the incident. In addition to the mental damage, plaintiff also complains about immense material damage. Because the American not only has no roof over her head, but also lost all her belongings in the serious car accident: “As a direct result of Heche’s illegal actions, the plaintiff and her beloved pets almost died, not to mention not to mention that the plaintiff also lost the value of all her personal belongings in the fire.”

Anne Heche’s son, Homer Laffon, would have been given more powers

After the actress died, the mudslinging about Heche’s legacy began. The inheritance dispute is about an estimated fortune of 4 million dollars. The parties to the dispute are Anne Heche’s eldest son, Homer Laffoon (20) and her ex-husband James Tupper (57). Homer Laffoon has been given more powers as special trustee of Heche’s estate, according to new court documents. According to the documents, the son of Heche and cinematographer Coleman Laffoon, 48, should have the right “to take possession of all personal property of the deceased’s estate and protect it against damage, waste and injury”.

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