Anne Heche’s ex-husband Coleman Laffoon posts tearful tribute and vows to look after son Homer as life support went off

ANNE Heche’s tearful ex-husband posted a heartbreaking tribute, vowing to take care of their son Homer.

Heche’s life support machine was turned off on Sunday – two days after she was pronounced brain dead after her high-speed car crash.

Anne Heche's ex-husband Coleman Laffoon said he loved the actress after her death

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Anne Heche’s ex-husband Coleman Laffoon said he loved the actress after her deathPhoto credit: Instagram
Laffoon vowed to take care of their son Homer

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Laffoon vowed to take care of their son HomerPhoto credit: Rex

Her ex-husband Coleman Laffoon said, “After Anne’s death, I just wanted to say a few things: One thing, I love her and I miss her, and I always will.”

Laffoon vowed to look after 20-year-old Homer and said he’ll be fine.

Ohio real estate consultant Laffoon married 53-year-old Heche in 2001 before they divorced in 2009. Their son Homer was born in 2002.

Heche’s life support machine was shut down on Sunday after it was reported that a match for her organs had been found.

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A rep for the actress told TMZ: “Anne Heche was peacefully taken off life support.

“It has long been her decision to donate her organs and she is being kept alive to determine if any are viable.”

Heche’s family told PEOPLE that she was a “bright, kind and cheerful soul.”

They added: “Anne will be greatly missed but she lives on through her beautiful sons, iconic work and passionate advocacy.

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“Her bravery in always standing in her truth and spreading her message of love and acceptance will continue to have a lasting impact.”

The former actress had suffered an anoxic brain injury after driving her Mini Cooper into a house and reportedly speeding up to 90 miles per hour in Los Angeles on August 5.

The star crashed into an apartment complex garage before her vehicle burst into flames.

She drove away before collapsing again.

Los Angeles Police Department officials told TMZ that the actress was under the influence of cocaine and possibly fentanyl at the time of the accident.

Toxicology tests, which can take weeks, must be performed to more clearly identify the drugs and differentiate them from any drugs Heche may have received for hospital treatment.

She was in a coma for a week before she died.

Heche’s acting career began in the mid-1980s when she played Vicky Hudson in Another World.

She is arguably best known for her roles as Patricia Campbell on the NBC drama series The Brave and as Dr. Amy Barnes in the movie Volcano.

The actress has also had recurring roles on popular shows like Ally McBeal, Everwood, Men In Trees, All Rise and Chicago PD.

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Her film roles include Donnie Brasco (1997), The Vanished (2020) and Thirteen Minutes (2021).

Heche also dated Ellen DeGeneres between 1997 and 2000.

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