Legendary actress Anne Heche died earlier this month after a tragic car crash left this world without compiling her will.

Anne Heche’s oldest son Homer has come forward to get control of his mom’s estate after her death, stated the legal documents.

Homer Heche Laffoon who is 20-year-old has officially made a request to the Los Angeles County Court that he wants to seek control of his mother’s estate and other belongings as she did not leave a will behind.

Laffoon is the oldest son of Anne Heche and has claimed that the entire property and annual income of his late mother are “unknown,” therefore it must undergo deep forensic accounting.

The actress of “Six Days Seven Nights” had a fatal crash on 5th august in Los Angeles.

She was pronounced brain dead days later but was kept on life support for a few days till her organs were matched and donated to the recipient.

The investigation revealed that Heche was under the influence of cocaine and had drugs in her system. At the same time, she drove her Mini Cooper that crashed into a suburban house in LA engulfing fire later on.

The cause of death was determined as a sternal fracture because of a blunt trauma by the medical examiner-corner of Los Angele county.

The rep of Anne Heche had stated at the time of her death that, “we have lost a bright light, a kind and most joyful soul, a loving mother, and a loyal friend. Anne will be deeply missed, but she lives on through her beautiful sons, her iconic body of work, and her passionate advocacy”.

“Her bravery for always standing in her truth, spreading her message of love and acceptance, will continue to have a lasting impact.”

Homer Laffoon is the eldest son of Anne Heche which she had with her ex-husband Coley Laffoon. She has a younger son named Atlas Tupper with actor James Tupper who is 13-year-old now.

Homer Laffoon has also requested the LA court that he should be appointed by the legal bodies to represent his brother and his interests known as “guardian ad litem” during the court proceedings regarding his mother’s estate.

Homer also requested the court that as his younger brother Atlas is still a minor, the court should waive off the bond that might be owed by him. The court has given the date of October 11 over the filing.