Lynne Mishele, the woman whose house Anne Heche crashed into, is speaking out after the actress died as a result of her injuries.
Anne Heche's passing is devastation. Her family, her friends, and her children, too, have really suffered a great loss, and my heart goes out for them, according to an Instagram video Friday.
This whole situation is tragic and there are really no words. Im sending my thanks to everyone who has been involved.
Misheles' action comes a week after Heche, 53, slammed into her house, engulfing it in flames.
Mishele was very fortunate to survive the attack, according to her neighbor, who was in a different room when Heches Mini Cooper struck her house.
She claimed that the actress' car veered almost all the way through the two-story house and almost immediately caught fire.
Misheles' injuries were not severe, but on Aug. 10, the LAPD escalated its investigation to a felony DUI. She claimed she needed medical treatment as a result of the situation.
The Los Angeles Police Department allegedly determined that Heche was under the influence of cocaine and had trace amounts of fentanyl the morning after getting a warrant to test her blood.
However, they cautioned that fentanyl might have been given to Heche at the hospital to help with her pain following the accident.
After suffering a serious anoxic brain injury while in a coma following the horrific accident, the actress died from her injuries on Friday.
Anne had a huge heart and touched everyone she encountered with her generous spirit, according to her rep. More than her exceptional talent, she saw spreading kindness and joy as her passion in life, especially in resolving the struggle for who you love.
She will be remembered for her courageous honesty and will be dearly missed for her light.
Homer Laffoon, 20, was left with ex-husband Coleman Coley Laffoon, and her 13-year-old son Atlas Heche Tupper, who she also shared with James Tupper, who co-starred with her Men in Trees star.
Back in 2017, when asked how Heche wanted to be remembered, she said to Access Hollywood, OhOh lord oh lord Hopefully I gave my children a life that they deserve.