Anne Heche’s ex Thomas Jane files a claim against her estate

Anne Heche’s former co-star and ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane has filed a legal claim for nearly $150,000 against her estate, according to court documents reviewed by The Times.

Heche and Jane were romantically linked in 2019 but were “no longer an item,” he told DailyMail.com, when she crashed her car into a home in Mar Vista on August 5, sparking a major fire and sustaining injuries that left her later cost lives. They starred in the HBO series Hung from 2009 to 2011.

The “Six Days, Seven Nights” star was 53 when she died. Jane is also 53.

The amount claimed is the balance, plus interest, of a $157,000 personal loan extended to Jane Heche in July 2021. It should be repaid within two years. Heche made only two installment payments before her death.

“The deceased made payments of $10,000 on August 18, 2021 and October 8, 2021,” the lawsuit, filed last Thursday, reads. “However, she has made no further payments. There remains $137,000 in principal due and owed, $9,814.79 in interest (as of November 8, 2022) and $2,291.85 in late charges [sic]for a total of $149,106.04.”

An additional payment should be made directly to the principal when Heche booked acting performances that paid for at least $15,000. Approximately a third of every salary should have gone towards school leadership, but that doesn’t appear to have happened. The claim does not state the purpose of the loan.

Other claims against the Heche estate include one from West Hills Hospital & Medical Center for $1,838.92 and another from Lynne Mishele seeking at least $2 million and a jury trial.

Mishele, the tenant who was evicted from the home Heche fell into, sued the property earlier this month for negligence, trespassing and negligent infliction of emotional distress. She and her pets — two dogs and a turtle — narrowly escaped injury when Heche’s Mini Cooper stopped “just yards” from where she was in the home, her lawsuit says.

Not only did Mishele lose her longtime home and “a lifetime of possessions” to the fire sparked by the crash, but she was also “terrified, severely traumatized and homeless,” the lawsuit says.

She suffered from insomnia, nightmares and flashbacks to the incident, it is said.

Heche’s eldest son, Homer Laffoon, is the executor of the estate. He stated in court filings in October that the estate was valued at approximately $400,000, with arrears and royalties expected to be around that amount annually.

https://www.latimes.com/entertainment-arts/story/2022-11-22/anne-heche-estate-thomas-jane-personal-loan Anne Heche’s ex Thomas Jane files a claim against her estate

Sarah Ridley

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