The findings of Anne Heche’s autopsy

Three months after her untimely death, the autopsy results for Anne Heche have been released.

According to documents obtained by People, Heche was not impaired by drugs at the time of her accident, despite having previously consumed cocaine and cannabis.

“The hospital admission blood showed the presence of benzoylecgonine, the inactive metabolite of cocaine, indicating she took it in the past but not at the time of the crash,” a coroner’s office representative said.

“Cannabinoids were found in her urine but not in the admission blood and is consistent with earlier use, although not at the time of the accident,” said the spokeswoman.

The toxicology examination discovered fentanyl in her system as well, although it was “obtained after she received hospital treatment and hence is compatible with therapeutic usage,” according to the report.

“This is supported by the absence of fentanyl in the blood specimen collected at hospital admission,” according to the study.

According to People, the study also revealed that Heche’s body could not “effectively absorb oxygen during the collision, which contributed to her ‘anoxic brain injury,’ which is classified as her cause of death.”

Her sons have been dogged by scandal since Heche’s tragic accident on August 5. According to sources, Anne Heche’s son was involved in a legal battle with one of her ex-boyfriends after discovering she died without leaving a will.

Heche left behind only two kids, Homer Laffoon Heche, 20, and Atlas Heche Tupper, 13. It was initially alleged that Heche did not have a will. Therefore, her oldest son initiated actions to seize her property.

However, Anne’s youngest son’s father, actor James Tupper, has been reportedly interfering with such attempts. Tupper is supposed to have gone so far as to make it difficult for Homer to converse with his younger brother, Atlas.

People learned via court filings that Homer is fighting Tupper’s assertions that paperwork from 2011 shows he is the administrator of Heche’s estate. Tupper believes that this paragraph represents Anne’s will.

Homer asserts that the document Tupper is holding is illegal because the signature does not belong to Heche, and the signing was not witnessed by two witnesses, as required by law. According to the records, “Mr. Tupper consistently refers to the email attached to the Objection as a Will.’” However, the email does not constitute a holographic will or a formal witnessed will under the law.”

“Because the alleged will’s material sections are not in the Decedent’s handwriting, the email fails to meet the legal conditions for a valid holographic will.” If the testator’s signature and major clauses are in his or her handwriting, the will is valid as a holographic will whether or not it is witnessed.

Because the signature and material provisions are not in the Decedent’s handwriting, Mr. Tupper’s email presented to the Court as the Decedent’s ‘will’ fails to meet the qualifications for a valid holographic will.

Because it was not signed by the Decedent and lacked two witnesses who signed the instrument during the Decedent’s lifetime, the email does not meet the legal requirements for a valid formal witnessed will.”

It’s also worth mentioning that if Tupper and Heche were still purportedly engaged in 2011, Homer would have been only 9 years old. Homer and Atlas claim to be “rightful heirs” to their mother’s worldly possessions, according to paperwork obtained by People.

“There are two intestate heirs to the Estate: Homer Heche Laffoon and Atlas Heche Tupper.” The suggested Administrator, Homer Heche Laffoon, is an adult.

Atlas Heche Tupper is a minor character. A Petition for Appointment of Guardian ad Litem for the Minor, filed concurrently with this petition, specifically requests that the guardian ad litem be given the authority to waive bail on the minor’s behalf.”

“My brother Atlas and I lost our Mother,” Homer said in his first comment after his mother died. “After six days of unbelievable emotional swings, I’m left with a deep, wordless grief. Hopefully, my mother is no longer in pain and is exploring what I imagine as her eternal freedom.”

“Over six days, thousands of friends, family, and fans conveyed their love for me. I am grateful for their love, as well as the support of my father, Coley, and stepmother, Alexi, who have been and continue to be my rock throughout this trying time.”

Heche is now buried at Hollywood Forever, a “living location where people go to view movies, concerts, and other events,” which Homer feels his mother “would enjoy.”

“It’s nice and serene, and she’ll be in good company with her Hollywood contemporaries.”

According to statistics obtained by NBC4, first responders took at least 20 minutes to arrive at the scene and another 20 minutes to extract Heche from the vehicle.

At approximately 11:01 a.m., firefighters discovered the home’s owner and successfully extracted her. At 11:18 a.m., another firefighter reported no further victims.

Responders can be heard saying, “We have located one patient, who is currently inaccessible since he is jammed up against the floorboard!” at 11:25 a.m. “I will state that the person was not in the driver’s seat, but on the passenger seat floorboard,” LAFD Deputy Chief Richard Fields told NBC4.

It’s unclear how Heche ended herself in that predicament. “Given the heavy fire and smoke conditions, you couldn’t easily see into or approach the truck,” Fields explained to NBC4.

Heche was taken off life support one week after her crash because she had fallen into a coma. Her organs were donated to others in need.