Owner of house that actress Anne Heche crashed into files lawsuit
Although Mishele is asking for $2 million in her lawsuit in restitution, Heche's eldest son claims her estate is only worth $400,000.
The woman whose house actress Anne Heche crashed into before her death, claims she has no place to live, after she sued the late actress's estate for damages.
Lynne Mishele, the owner of the damaged house in California, stated that she was in the house at the time the actress, Anne Heche, crashed into it back in August. The crash ended in flames, burning down Mishele's house.
The actress died as a result of the crash, leaving behind no will, an alleged estate and two sons, 13 and 20, battling inheritance claims. Although Mishele is asking for $2 million in her lawsuit in restitution, Heche's eldest son claims her estate is only worth $400,000.
The Plaintiff's lawyers wrote in the lawsuit that Mishele has been "unable to sleep and is battling acute anxiety and depression. She has also been unable to operate her home business because of her physical displacement and fragile mental health caused by the Defendants' irresponsible behavior. She has received counseling, but remains traumatized by Defendants' actions."
Heche was allegedly driving at more than 100 mph at the time, had cocaine and fentanyl in her system at the time as well, and was battling substance abuse for a while. She was stuck in the burning car for an hour until firefighters were able to get her out, and was taken off of life support nine days later.
A GoFundMe account was set up for Mishele to pay for repairs on her house as a result of the incident until the lawsuit was complete.