While actress Anne Heche is in extremely critical condition following a slew of car accidents last week, her 20-year-old son Homer is taking the lead in advocating for “the best care” for his mother.
A source told ET that the Emmy-winning actress is surrounded by her family members who are hoping to recover. “Her family is on pins and needles, just praying.”
Revealing that Homer is the leader in making sure his mother is receiving the best care, the source explained, “She is as strong as she can be. Her family is ready to surround her, and if she wakes up Be there. Everyone is waiting for this to happen.”
On Friday, August 5, Heche crashed her blue Mini Cooper into a house in the Mar Vista neighborhood of Los Angeles just before 11 a.m. About 60 firefighters extinguished the fire to save him from the rubble, which put the fire under control, leaving Heche with burns and taken to a nearby hospital, leaving the house uninhabited.
The furious car accident, it later became clear, was his third car accident within a 30-minute period.
On Monday, Heche’s representative told ET that his client was in “extremely serious condition” following the accident. “She has a significant pulmonary injury that required mechanical ventilation and burns that required surgical intervention,” said Heche’s representative. “He is in a coma and has not regained consciousness immediately after the accident.”
Around the same time, Los Angeles Police Department officials told ET that Heshe is being investigated by the LAPD for misdemeanor DUI and hit-and-run.
In the days following Heche’s highly publicized car crash and the ensuing investigation, more and more details have emerged about what may have caused the wreck.
Another source told ET, “Anne’s friends and family are completely broken and heartbroken. It’s hard for her to read the headlines about Anne. She feels as if Her character is under attack. They’re trying to focus on making Anne better, and it’s so hard when she has these negative distractions. Anne is in a coma and fighting for her life. She has no voice here.”
In a deleted episode of Hatch’s Better Together podcast, reportedly posted Friday morning, hours before her accident, the actress claimed she was “rocked” by a “very bad day” as a “wine chaser”. Together” was drinking vodka.
However, in a statement to ET, podcast producer Ryan Tillotson said that the episode was actually recorded earlier that week. Tillotson said, “The episode was recorded Tuesday before the episode was released, and has been removed due to incorrect reporting. Any reports that record that episode on the day of the accident are false.”
On Tuesday, ET spoke to Richard Glass, owner of Glass Hair Design in Venice Beach, who said Heche randomly came into his hair studio and bought a red wig on Friday, moments before he crashed his car in several places. done. Glass testified that she didn’t believe the actress was under the influence when she came that day. She wasn’t speaking in cursive, I say that when people are bad,” she told ET’s Lauren Zima.
Lynn Mitchell, the tenant of the house that burned down as a result of Heche’s horrific car accident, released a statement to ET on Tuesday through her attorney, Sean Holly.
Holly told ET: “Mrs Michelle is devastated by what happened to her on Friday – not only because she and her pets nearly lost their lives, but because all of her property, including things of profound sentimental value Involved, destroyed,” Holly told ET. Why Michelle? “She asks for privacy at this incredibly difficult time.