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Anne Heche's Ex James Tupper Alleges The Star's Estate Is Worth $1.6 Million, Court Documents Claim

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Nov. 30 2022, Published 9:00 p.m. ET

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Months after Anne Heche passed away following a fiery car crash, it seems the battle over the late actress’s assets has only intensified with her ex-boyfriend, James Tupper, claiming the star left behind roughly a $1.6 million estate, Radar Online reported.

Alongside citing Heche’s Screen Actors Guild life insurance policy, Tupper, with whom Heche shared her younger son, 13-year-old Atlas, pointed to the Six Days Seven Nights star’s various assets in estimating this seven-figure amount, per court documents obtained by the outlet.

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According to the actor, Heche’s jewelry collection was worth roughly $200,000, with her cars and other property worth a combined $125,000. Tupper also stated that Heche left $100,000 in her various bank accounts, her future residual income totaling up to roughly $600,000. He also alleged that the mom-of-two’s upcoming memoir, Call Me Anne, which is set to hit shelves in 2023, will likely rake in roughly $400,000.

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Heche’s ex also accused the star’s eldest son, Homer Laffoon, of not providing an inventory list of the items in his late mother’s apartment.

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Tupper’s estimates and allegations against Laffoon, come just days after the 20-year-old, whom she shared with her former husband, Coleman Laffoon, alleged that his mother’s estate was worth significantly less than Tupper’s new estimates, per court documents.

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According to Laffoon, the 13 Minutes star left a few “modest bank accounts” and personal items of “modest value” at the time of her passing. The star’s income, he said, stemmed from royalty payments as well as a few other sources, as OK! previously reported. In total, her estate was worth roughly $800,000 Laffoon claimed.

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As Heche, 53, didn’t leave behind a will when she died back in August after driving her car into a Los Angeles home, Tupper and Laffoon have been duking it out over the Call Me Crazy author’s estate ever since her untimely passing.

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