Anne Heche’s estate sued by woman who almost lost her life and pets when car crashed into her home

Anne Heche’s estate sued by woman who almost lost her life and pets when car crashed into her home
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Anne Heche is being posthumously sued by a woman who claims she and her pets almost lost their lives when the actress crashed her car into her Los Angeles home in August.

The Six Days, Seven Nights star was 53 when she crashed her Mini Cooper into the home of plaintiff Lynne Misheleresulting in her death six days later on August 11.

Now, per court documents obtained by Page SixMishele is suing Heche’s estate for causing her immense trauma following the crash, and destroying “an entire life’s worth of her personal possessions”.

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Anne Heche attends the Los Angeles premiere of Amazon Studio's "The Tender Bar" at TCL Chinese Theatre on December 12, 2021 in Hollywood, California.
Anne Heche died on August 11, six days after she crashed her car into Lynne Mishele’s home. (Getty)

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Mishele reportedly claims the “sudden and terrifying blast shook her to her core,” adding that she was left “completely traumatised, unusually startled by hearing loud noises, plagued by nightmares and flashbacks of the incident, terrified of walking outside, and, atop that, without a place to live.”

She is reportedly seeking @US2 million (approx. $2.9 million) in damages. Heche’s estate is currently being administrated by her 20-year-old son, Homer Laffoon.

Laffoon and representatives for Heche are yet to comment on the lawsuit.

Anne Heche and son Homer Laffoon attend the celebration launch of Christian Siriano's new book 'Dresses to Dream About' at The London West Hollywood at Beverly Hills on November 19, 2021 in West Hollywood, California.
Heche and her son, Homer Laffoon. Laffoon, 20, is the current adminstrator of her estate. (Getty)

Following the devastating crash in August, Heche experienced severe burns as the car erupted in flames.

She was reportedly “stuck inside the vehicle” for 45 minutes and never regained consciousness.

Heche’s official cause of death was ruled as an accident by an LA coroner, who noted smoke inhalation and thermal injuries contributed to her death.

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