Anne Heche’s son files court papers to control late star’s estate

Anne Heche’s 20-year-old son has filed court papers to control her estate after the actress died without leaving a will.

Omer Laffoon, Heche’s son with ex-husband Coleman Laffoon, filed a petition in Los Angeles Superior Court Wednesday asking to administer his mother’s estate.

The petition lists Homer Laffoon and 13-year-old Atlas Tupper, Heche’s son with former partner James Tupper, as her only heirs.

The document states that the value of Heche’s estate is unknown. This is often the case with such initial claims before anyone has the legal authority to assess the deceased person’s estate.

Homer Laffoon also filed a petition asking that someone be appointed to represent his brother’s interests in court.

A representative for Heche declined to comment on the filing.

On August 5, a car Heche was driving jumped a curb and crashed into a Los Angeles home before bursting into flames. She was declared brain dead on August 11 and kept on life support for three more days so that her organs could be donated.

Heche, 53, was one of the biggest movie stars of the late 1990s, starring alongside the likes of Johnny Depp and Harrison Ford, and had worked consistently in film and television for more than three decades.

She was married to Coleman Laffoon, a television cameraman, from 2001 to 2009 and was in a relationship with James Tupper, an actor, from 2007 to 2018. She had a son with both of them. Anne Heche’s son files court papers to control late star’s estate

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