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Anne Heche's son defends her

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In this file photo taken on Nov. 30, 2021, actress Anne Heche arrives for the premiere of Netflix's "The Unforgivable" at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles.
In this file photo taken on November 30, 2021, actress Anne Heche appears on Netflix. arrives for the premiere of "Unforgiven" held at the Directors Guild of America in Los Angeles. PHOTO BY VALERIE MACON /AFP via Getty Images

Her son Anne Heche defends her during her hospitalization.

The 53-year-old actress is in a coma after a violent clash in Los Angeles late last week, and Homer, 20, is living with her ex-husband Corey. increase. Lahoon – has taken the initiative to ensure that she receives her “best care”.

A source told Entertainment Tonight:

"[Homer is] as strong as he can be. Her family is ready to surround her and will be there when she wakes up. Everyone is waiting for that to happen."

In this update, a spokesperson for Anne said the actress, who has 13-year-old son Atlas with ex-partner James Tupper, has suffered a "severe lung injury." It was announced the next day after confirming the loss.

Her representative said:

"She is in a coma and has not regained consciousness since shortly after the accident." He was later said to be in "stable condition" at the hospital.

Locals shared accounts of what happened, saying that after the clash Anne told passers-bythat "it was really going wrong."

Lynn Bernstein, who lives in nearby Venice with his wife Natalie, said he and a neighbor 's Dave and Gabriel told how they were able to talk to the volcano star. Almost immediately” caught fire.

Dave was able to get into the back of the car to talk to the driver.

Lin said:

"He actually talked to her briefly. Yeah, he asked her to raise her hand or do something... Said she was okay and she couldn't

The group did their best to free Ann from the car, and Lynn said that if they had been able to free Ann before the fire brigade arrived, she would have been I think I might not have suffered."

Noting that Gabriel tried to put out the fire while Dave tried to drive Anne out, Lynn remarked:

“(Dave) was overwhelmed by the smoke. So he went to the back of the house to see if there was another route. But even in the backyard the smoke was pretty intense.”

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