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Who are Anne Heche’s children? The actress previously explained that she is a single mother of “active” boys

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LOS ANGELES, CA: Anne Heche’s fiery accident, which burned down a house, is said to have come to a sad end after her family said in a statement that she “is not expected to survive.”

Last Friday, August 5, the “6 Days, 7 Nights” star was driving her blue Mini Cooper through the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles when she was involved in a horrific accident. Since then, her health has been very poor and she has been taken to hospital.

But now her family say she ‘has suffered severe brain damage from oxygen deprivation’. “Unfortunately, due to her accident, Anne Heche suffered a severe anoxic brain injury and remains in a coma and in critical condition,” the heartbreaking update said. No one thinks she will live. She has always wanted to donate her organs and she is still being kept alive to see if any are still good.

He went on to say, “Anne had a big heart and her caring spirit impressed everyone she met.” More than her extraordinary talent, she thought her life’s work was to spread kindness and joy, including getting people to accept who they love. She will be remembered for her courage and honesty, and her light will be sorely missed.

The statement also read: “We want to thank everyone for their kind thoughts and prayers for Anne’s recovery and thank the staff and nurses at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital for caring for Anne. .”

The latest news has broken the hearts of many of her fans, who are now praying for her family and children, of whom she is very proud. Ronald Van Gelderen, a musician, sent out a tweet that read: “My heart goes out to the children of Anne Heche. No one’s mother should die when she’s so young.

Who are Anne Heche’s children?

Homer and Atlas are the names of the two sons of Heche. The ‘Donnie Brasco’ actress has a son named Homer, whom she shares with her husband, cameraman Coleman Laffoon. People say that Heche and Laffoon got married in 2001 but their marriage didn’t last long as they broke up in 2007.

But Homer was born in 2002, so the short-lived marriage had a happy ending. During Heche and Laffoon’s divorce drama, they also reportedly fell out over their son. Ultimately, a judge ruled the 53-year-old actress had to pay her ex-husband $275,000 and $3,700 a month for Homer’s care. This was reported by Hollywood Life. But the report, which cites court documents, says the former couple have decided “to split the cost of any ‘agreed-upon extracurricular activity’ for their son”.

After the August 5 accident, Heche was taken to hospital and reports say Homer began “fighting for the ‘best care’ for his mother.” “His family is on pins and needles and just praying,” a source told Entertainment Tonight. “He’s as strong as he can get.” Her family is ready to be around her and be there if she wakes up. “Everyone is eagerly waiting for this to happen.”

After her relationship with Laffoon ended, Heche began dating actor James Tupper. In 2009, Atlas, Tupper’s son, was born. But they also broke up in 2018. Atlas turned 13 in March 2022 and his proud mother opened up about it on Instagram. She posted a cute photo of her with the second child and wrote, “Atlas is a teenager? Hate and war lead to children being taken away from their parents. It makes me cry, and I shared my tears last night. today i’m happy for my two sons because it’s their big birthday. #13 #20 #love our children #stop the war.

Heche opened up about being a single mother of two sons in 2013. She told breezymama.com, “It’s like they say: girls like to sit and color, they’re nice and they let you comb their hair. . The boys… my boys and all the other boys I know are busy, busy, busy. I always play with them. I play baseball, football and… I play a lot of things that I never thought I would play. They love anything with a ball. Even so, the boys are huggers and lovers. When they are tired, they love to sit and cuddle up with their mom. That’s why boys are a blessing.

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