Homer Laffoon, son of Anne Heche, spends the day with two lovely girls
Homer Laffoon, the oldest son of Anne Heche, spent his Saturday with two young girls.
Coleman “Coley” Laffoon and the troubled actress are the parents of Laffoon, 20. After being hitched in September 2001, the pair divorced in February 2007.
Exclusive DailyMail.com images show Laffoon leading his two female buddies to the door while still wearing no shirt. He leaves his house with his two dressed-up companions in Los Angeles, California.
No one knows if Laffoon is romantically involved with one of his female friends. The celebrity’s son doesn’t mention a girlfriend on any of his different social media platforms.
Heche and actor James Tupper welcomed their second child, Atlas, in 2009. He was born only a few days after her legal separation from Laffoon’s father. In 2018, Heche and Tupper divorced.
Tupper shared a photo of his ex-girlfriend and wrote on Instagram: “Thoughts and prayers for this lovely woman, actress, and mother tonight, Anne Heche.” Heche was involved in a car accident on Friday that left her “severely burned” and “intubated” in a Los Angeles hospital. She was driving a blue Mini Cooper. We cherish you.
Laffoon uses homer laffoon Heche’s name on his Instagram page instead of his mother’s.
Exclusive DailyMail.com images show Laffoon leading his two female buddies to the door while still wearing no shirt. He sees his two dressed-up buddies leaving his Los Angeles house, appearing to have done an all-nighter. No one knows if Laffoon is romantically involved with one of his female friends. The celebrity’s son doesn’t mention a girlfriend on any of his different social media platforms.
The unhappy actress’ troubled kid, Coleman “Coley” Laffoon, is 20 years old.
Heche claims that Laffoon will graduate from high school in the summer of 2020. The ceremony took place in the Rose Bowl stadium’s parking lot in Los Angeles.
In a series of automobile accidents on Friday, Anne Heche, who is shown here with her ex-husband Coley Laffoon in 2002, first slammed into a garage at an apartment complex before veering into a house in her blue Mini Cooper, left her “severely burned” and “intubated” in a Los Angeles hospital.
Heche claims that Laffoon will graduate from high school in the summer of 2020. The ceremony took place in the Rose Bowl stadium’s parking lot in Los Angeles. In an interview, the Donnie Brasco actor seized the chance to criticize California’s Covid-19 protocols.
He’s 18, and his well-known mother informed Page Six. Eagerly anticipating this significant occasion in his life. In what location, then? Within a garage. The LA Rose Bowl’s parking lot.
“We had to put on masks to enter.” The cars were far apart. No one is permitted to leave their car. The grads on stage had masks and only one second to take them off before saying, “Thank you.” It seemed strange. Bizarre.’
“Your pass was pre printed out,” she said in conclusion. Each family was allotted one car. No extra visitors. No pictures of the graduate’s face were permitted. All of the guards posted nearby wore black masks. Nearby buildings were shuttered, boarded up, and chained. It was seeing California fall apart.
Heche has claimed that her two sons have been close and intimately connected since infancy. When Atlas was two and Laffoon was nine, she remarked to People Magazine in 2011: “The two are having a wonderful bond right now.” Already, they watch out for one another.
Despite divorcing in 2007, Heche and Coleman Laffoon had to rework their child support and custody agreements as recently as 2017.
According to reports, Anne Heche is resting comfortably at a Los Angeles hospital. Heche was intoxicated when she collided, according to the LA Times. After her divorce from Coley Laffoon, the couple was involved in a contentious custody battle that took ten years to settle.
Homer Laffoon, who was 14 then, would be shared between the two at that time. Heche lost sole custody of her son back in 2014.
Following court documents obtained exclusively by DailyMail.com, Heche and Laffoon’s divorce was finalized in March 2009, and the actress was ordered to pay a $500,000 lump amount and $3,700 per month in child support. She also had to cover 75% of homer laffoon tuition for private school.
Heche revealed during a 2007 appearance on The View that her son, who was seven then, flew to Vancouver twice a month to be with her while filming her program, Men in Trees. “homer laffoon flies a lot… twice a month to see me,” she said to the hosts. It’s challenging. You must let him into your heart as if he were standing before you.
Heche was accused of abusing her son and berating his father in front of him during their custody battle. She was also accused of neglecting her son when he visited the set, instead leaving him in the care of assistants and taking a shower with her son and her then-new boyfriend, James Tupper while wearing bathing suits.