Cole Lavon, Anne Heishi’s ex-husband, honors the actress next She was legally declared dead Friday.
“In the wake of Anne’s death, I just wanted to say a few things. First, I loved her, I miss her and always will. Second, Homer is fine. He’s sad, of course, he’s cruel,” Lavon began. “It’s really tough, as anyone can probably imagine, but he’s surrounded by family and he’s strong and he’s going to be fine.”
“So, thanks to all those people who check in. Your check in shows us your heart and offers prayer and everything, it’s so beautiful. Thank you.” “It’s hard for me, it’s hard for my family, it’s really hard for Homer, but we have each other and we have a lot of support and we’ll be fine.”
Lavon added that he would like to believe the actress is “pain free and enjoying or experiencing whatever is coming on her journey.”
“She came hot and had a lot to say. She was brave and brave, she loved so much and she was never afraid to tell us what she was (thought), and what she believed in,” he told Vaughn. “It was always love. It was all about love.”
The real estate consultant concluded his message by saying goodbye to his ex-wife, adding, “I love you, I love you. Thank you. Thank you for all the good times. There was so much.”
“See you on the other side. In the meantime, you got our son. He’ll be fine. I love you,” he concluded.
Lavon also posted a bouncing photo of Heech with their son when he was a baby.
“It is important to remember true love at the best of times. Thank you Anne. Peace on your journey,” said the shot.
While her heart is still beating, Heche declared legally dead According to California law, a week after he was involved in a car accident in Los Angeles, the actor’s spokesperson said in a statement obtained by TODAY. She has not yet been removed from life support devices if they match organ donation.
Laffoon and Heche were married from 2001 to 2009. They welcomed Homer in 2002. The 20 years issued a statement earlier in the day, noting that he had “left a deep, silent grief” after her death.
Heche was also the mother of a 13-year-old son Atlas Heche Tupper, whom she shared with actor James Tupper.
“My brother Atlas and I lost our mother. After six days of almost unbelievable emotional upheaval, I felt a deep, silent grief. I hope my mother is free of pain and begins to explore what I like to imagine as her eternal freedom,” Homer wrote in a statement provided to NBC. News. “During those six days, thousands of friends, family, and fans made me know their hearts. I am grateful for their love, as I have for the support of my father, Collie, and my wife Alexei who continue to be my rock during this time.”
He concluded his speech by saying, “Rest in peace, Mother, I love you, Homer.”
Tapper also paid tribute to his ex-girlfriend and mother of his son. He shared a photo of Heche, writing, “Love you forever.”
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