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Anne Heche’s Ex Coley Laffoon Promises to Look After Their Son Following Her Death

Coley Laffoon recently paid a tribute to the late actress and shared that Anne Heche's son is grieving right now.

Anne Heche recently dies in a tragic car accident and celebrities took to their social media to pay tribute. However, the actress’s ex-husband, Coley Laffoon, also paid an emotional tribute to Anne Heche after her death. The ex-husband of the late actress took to Instagram to remember Heche and promise to look after the son they share. Laffoon and Heche, who were married from 2001 to 2009, are parents to a 20-year-old son, Homer.

Heche, who died on Friday following a fiery car crash the week before, also has a 13-year-old son, Atlas, from her previous relationship with James Tupper. Laffoon shared in the video, “In the wake of Anne’s passing, I just wanted to say a few things. One, I loved her and I miss her and I’m always going to. Two, Homer is OK.” Laffoon added, “He’s grieving. It’s really rough, as probably anybody can imagine, but he’s surrounded by family, and he’s strong, and he’s going to be OK.”

He continues, “Thank you. It’s hard for me, it’s hard for my family, it’s really hard for Homer, but we got each other and we have a lot of support. And we’re gonna be okay.” The Compass real estate advisor added of Heche, “I like to think she’s free, free from pain and enjoying or experiencing whatever is next in her journey. She came in hot and she had a lot to say. She was brave and fearless, loved really hard and was never afraid to let us know what she thinks and what she believed in.”

“It was always love, it was all about love. So, goodbye Anne. Love you, thank you. Thank you for all the good times, there were so many. See you on the other side, and in the meantime, I got our son. He’ll be fine. Love you,” Laffoon concluded. Heche also shared 13-year-old son Atlas with ex-partner James Tupper, who previously paid tribute to the actress shortly before her death. “Love you forever,” Tupper wrote in the caption with a broken heart emoji, sharing an image of her from their 2006 ABC show Men in Trees.

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