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Anne Heche’s youngest son made his first public comment
January 26, 2023
Anne Heche’s youngest son, Atlas Tupper, spoke publicly for the first time since her death.
The actress, who died from injuries sustained in a car crash last August, shares the 13-year-old with her Men in Trees co-star James Tupper. Although the couple first met on the set of the television drama in 2006, it wasn’t an instant love match.
As it turns out, Heche is married to Coleman “Coley” Laffoon, with whom she shares her first son, Homer Heche Laffoon. The late blonde eventually divorced Laffoon and began dating James after filing for divorce.
James & Atlas Tupper Laud The Late Anne Heche In A Statement Months After Her Death
In the months following his death, Heche’s family was in the spotlight in a legal battle over his estate. However, the opposite happened when James and their son spoke candidly about their feelings for her recently.
“My mother was the smartest person I ever knew. He always knew how to solve a problem or help a friend. He always knew what to do. I can’t put into words how grateful I am or how much I miss him,” Atlas said The Los Angeles Inquisitorwith his father tinkling:
“Anne and I have been together for over a decade, we have a beautiful son together, and in that time she has been the definition of light in our lives, always bringing joy, love and energy. We will always remember him in our hearts and minds.”
When reading James’ message about his ex, it would be hard for many to reconcile with the same man who got into a legal battle with Homer last year over Heche’s estate.
Blast shared this the “Revenge” actor filed a petition against the 20-year-old appeal to “extend his authority” over his mother’s estate. In the documents, James claimed that Homer was “hostile” towards Atlas and refused to communicate with him or his representatives.
Further claiming that “Atlasz does not trust (Homer) to fulfill his fiduciary duties to Atlas,” the “My Christmas Family Tree” star explained that Heche’s son did not catalog his mother’s belongings before putting them in storage.
The documents added that the actor, who is “in the middle of a love crisis,” would prefer to see Homer’s previously requested bond set at $2 million rather than $800,000. His attorney — Christopher B. Johnson — argued that Homer already had the authority to do some of the things he asked the court to do, noting that this suggests he is incompetent and unable to “preserve the estate.”
Heche’s eldest son unveiled the cover of his upcoming memoir
Homer recently warmed the hearts of his mother’s followers when he revealed the cover of his upcoming tell-all book, ‘Call Me Anna’. The explosion reported at the time that the young man’s post also came with a heartfelt message, thanking Heche’s fans for the support and love he received after her death.
Homer stated that the “love, care and support” of fans, both on social media and in real life, has been “overwhelming and a blessing.” “It’s taking me a day because I’m sure the road to recovery will be long. Your good thoughts and well wishes will continue to comfort me throughout my journey,” he added.
He said that since he updated his fans through his late mother’s account, he was responsible for telling them about his projects and how excited he would have been to tell them himself. Adding that the memoir is a “product” of the actress’ efforts to share her story and help others as much as she can, the Los Angeles native said:
“Call Me Anne had the results and I know she was excited to share it with the world. So, Mom, I share with the community you’ve created, may you flourish and live your own life (SIC) the way you wanted it to be.”
Homer then shared that there will be a celebration of life event later this month at the Barnes & Noble bookstore at The Grove in Hollywood. The post received thousands of likes and comments from Heche’s fan base.