Anne Heche’s Lawsuit Against Her Ex-Husband Has Seemingly Come To An End Following Her Death

The tragic death of actress Anne Heche shocked the general public, as did the grizzly circumstances revolving around her car crash and time spent trapped in the burning vehicle. Plenty of folks have taken to celebrating her tenure on the small and silver screens, while also following the fallout of her unexpected passing. And Heche’s lawsuit against her ex-husband James Tupper has seemingly come to an end following her death.

Since Anne Heche’s passing came so unexpectedly, her estate seemingly wasn’t prepared legally. The I Know What You Did Last Summer actress died without a will, and her 20 year-old son Homer Laffoon has requested to be in charge of her estate, as well as custody of his younger brother Atlas. And per a new report by Radar, it seems that Heche’s outstanding lawsuit against ex-husband James Tupper might have been dropped. As is the over $55,000 that the late actress claimed she was owed as a result of their long custody battle.

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