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The woman whose home was destroyed in Anne Heche’s fatal car crash released a statement after her passing

Lynne Mishele posted a one minute video that reacted to the news of Anne Heche’s death. She showed pictures of her and friends at her home, which are now gone for good.



The Mar Vista home that Anne Heche smashed into on August 5 belonged to Lynne Mishele.

In an Instagram video, Mishele described hearing of Heche’s death as “devastating.”

“This whole thing is tragic,” she remarked.

The Instagram footage was posted by the homeowner whose house Anne Heche slammed into.

“The death of Anne Heche has come as a shock to everyone. My thoughts and prayers are with her loved ones, especially her kids, who have lost a parent “Friday night, Lynne Mishele posted a video on the account for her company, Creative Organization, in which she made the following statement.


“There are no words to express the depth of the tragedy that this scenario represents. I want the best for everyone involved “After that, she went on.

On August 5, the 53-year-old “Wag The Dog” actress drove into the backyard of Mishele’s two-story home. The three pets Mishele had almost escaped with her life. She lived in a house in Los Angeles’ Mar Vista neighborhood, and the fire that the crash started caused “structural compromise,” as reported by LAFD.

Mishele stated to People that she had lost “everything of her possessions, including items of significant sentimental significance” in a statement released by her attorney Shawn Holley. Over $175,000 from 4,200 donors has been raised on a GoFundMe page set up to assist in her recovery as of this writing.

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In the immediate aftermath of the collision, Heche showed no signs of instability. Her condition deteriorated fast, and on Thursday night, a spokeswoman said that due to her serious brain and lung injuries, she was “not expected to survive.”


On Friday, a representative for Heche’s estate confirmed the actress’s passing. She was kept alive as the OneLegacy foundation, a southern California organ procurement group, looked for suitable organ donation candidates. On Sunday night, Holly Baird, Heche’s spokeswoman, told Insider that Heche had been “peacefully removed off life support.”

Atlas Heche Tupper, 13, and Homer Laffoon, 20 years old, were Heche’s sons. Her family released a statement to Insider on Friday, praising her bravery, charity, and love.

“Anne’s big, kind heart left an impression on everyone she met. Rather of focusing on her amazing abilities, she made it her mission in life to bring happiness to others, notably by pushing the envelope on the issue of LGBT acceptance. To this day, people continue to be inspired by her brave candor and vivacious spirit “the report indicated.