A legal battle begins Anne Hechethe property.
After the actress died on August 11 following a car accident, her 20-year-old son Homer Laffoon filed a motion to control his estate, according to court documents obtained by E! New. Now Anne’s ex James Tupper fights for the right to control. (Anne welcomed Homer with her ex Coleman Laffoonas she and James share a 13-year-old son Atlas Tupper.)
Homer’s request was made on the grounds that Anne had not created a will before her death, but James argued that Anne did in fact have a will emailed to him in 2011, according to court documents obtained by E! News September 15.
The email read: ‘I wish all my assets to be under the control of Mr. James Tupper to be used in raising my children and then given to the children.’
In addition to the email, James listed various reasons for his argument to become the named executor, such as his belief that Homer is not fit to be in charge of the estate.