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Anne Heche’s ex James Tupper claims the actress gave him responsibility for the estate in a will she “wrote” and emailed to him

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James Tupper, the father of her son Atlas, filed a probate application against her 20-year-old son Homer Heche Laffoon’s application to be named executor of her estate

MAR VISTA, LOS ANGELES: The late actress Anne Heche died without a will and the battle to save her estate only gets nastier. Heche’s eldest son, Homer Heche Laffoon, petitioned Los Angeles County Court for control of her estate, pointing out that the only two surviving heirs to his mother’s estate are himself and his younger brother Atlas, who is a minor. Enter Heche’s former ‘Men In Trees’ co-star and Atlas’ father James Tupper, who claims the late actress wanted him to take control of her estate.

New legal documents obtained by TMZ show James Tupper, the 57-year-old Canadian actor, is seeking control of her estate since Heche reportedly killed him and two other people in 2011 while they were still in a relationship. emailed a copy of her will. Tupper claims the ‘Donny Brasco’ actress appointed him executor so he could fulfill her financial wishes. On the other hand, Homer claims that Tupper rigged the entire deal to take control of the estate, preventing his half-brother from contacting him while he controls his phone.

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The fight for Anne Heche’s estate is getting nastier

The file submitted by Home, viewed by The Blast, reads: “The estate consists of two unlawful heirs, Homer Heche Laffoon and Atlas Heche Tupper. Homer Heche Laffoon is an adult and the proposed Administrator. Atlas Heche Tupper is a minor. Filed concurrently with this petition is a petition for the appointment of a guardian adjudicator for the minor, specifically requesting that the guardian adjudicator be given the power to waive bail on the minor’s behalf. Homer’s attorney, Bryan Phipps, told the publication, “We prefer to see the administration of the estate in court rather than in the media because our legal documents speak for themselves. The court appointing Homer’s special administrator today supports that decision.”

Documents obtained through the release also revealed that Tupper claims Homer is “unfit” to manage his late mother’s estate because he is only 20 years old, employed and dropped out of school. He made another strong allegation that Homer was estranged from Anne at the time of her death, claiming that he locked Tupper and Atlas out of Anne’s home as soon as she died. Heche separated from Homer’s father, Coleman ‘Coley’ Laffoon, who was therefore not entitled to the estate. The estate should end up in Homer’s lap if there was no competition.

In a statement to Fox News Digital, Homer said: “My brother Atlas and I lost our mother. After six days of almost unbelievable emotional swings, I am left with deep, wordless sadness. Hopefully my mom is free of pain and beginning to explore what I like to envision as her eternal freedom.” The statement concluded, “Over these six days, thousands of friends, family and fans have shown their hearts to me. I am grateful for theirs Love, as well as the support of my dad, Coley, and stepmom, Alexi, who continue to be my rock during this time. Rest in peace Mom, I love you Homer.” The actress died of respiratory injuries and burns on August 17, and the death was ruled an accident.

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