Anne Heche has just been taken off life support nine days after a car accident.

According to a representative, American star Anne Heche was taken off life support on Sunday, nine days after sustaining terrible injuries in a violent vehicle incident, since a compatible person was discovered to receive her donated organs.

Heche, 53, had been legally dead since Friday, although having a heartbeat, and was kept on life support to save her organs for donation, according to her representatives.

“Anne Heche has been removed off life support gently,” said spokesman Holly Baird in a statement.
On Aug. 5, Heche’s Mini Cooper skidded out of control, crashed into a house, and burst into flames, resulting in an agonizing hospital stay and increasingly dire communications from her family and representatives.

Homer Laffoon, one of her two sons, issued a statement on Friday stating, “My by brother Atlas and I lost our Mom.”
Heche, who appeared in “Donnie Brasco,” “Wag The Dog,” and “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” suffered for decades with the consequences of a traumatic childhood and was part of a revolutionary same-sex partnership in the 1990s.

Heche won a Daytime Emmy Award in 1991 for her roles as identical twin sisters in the NBC soap opera “Another World.” She also appeared opposite Harrison Ford in the 1998 adventure comedy “Six Days Seven Nights” and alongside Demi Moore and Cher in the HBO TV movie “If These Walls Could Talk.”

When she was dating comedian and actress Ellen DeGeneres, she became one half of Hollywood’s most renowned same-sex relationship. Against her studio’s desires, Heche came out publicly at the 1997 red carpet premiere of disaster film “Volcano,” with DeGeneres as her date.

Heche dissolved their relationship after they had been dating for more than three years.

Heche stated in an interview with the entertainment website Page Six in October 2021 that she was “blacklisted” by Hollywood because to her relationship with DeGeneres. “I hadn’t done a studio picture in ten years.” I was sacked from a $10 million film deal and never saw the light of day in a major film.”

BEVERLY HILLS, CALIFORNIA – MARCH 12: Anne Heche attends the 74th Annual Directors Guild of America Awards at The Beverly Hilton on March 12, 2022 in Beverly Hills, California.

She married cameraman Coleman Laffoon in 2001. Heche entered a long-term romance with actor James Tupper after the marriage split, which terminated in 2018.

Anne Celeste Heche was born on May 25, 1969, in Aurora, Ohio, as the youngest of five children. She was 13 years old when her father died of AIDS and it was revealed that he had covert gay relationships.

Heche told CNN’s Larry King in 2001, “He was in utter denial till the day he died.” In 1998, she stated that his death taught her that telling the truth is the most essential thing in life.

Nathan, her brother, died in a vehicle accident three months after their father.

Heche said her father molested her as a youngster, creating her mental health issues that lasted decades, including recurring dreams that she was from another planet.

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