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Anne Heche’s 14-Year-Old Son Atlas Releases First Statement Since Mom's Sudden Death

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Anne Heche’s youngest son is opening up about his late mother. Five months after the Six Days Seven Nights actress tragically died in a car crash in Los Angeles, her son Atlas Heche Tupper is remembering his mother fondly.

In a Tuesday statement to the Los Angeles Inquisitor, the 14-year-old lovingly expressed:  So sweet, and so eloquently put. This marks the grieving teen’s first time publicly speaking out regarding his mother’s death.

His older brother, and Anne’s oldest son, Homer Laffoon, 20, previously released a statement on behalf of himself and Atlas back in August, thanking employees at Hollywood Forever Cemetery, where the Men in Trees star’s ashes were interred: The comments come as Anne’s posthumous memoir, Call Me Anne, hits bookstores.

In the same Los Angeles Inquisitor article, James Tupper, Atlas’ father, also shared some words in remembrance of Anne: We’re glad the legal battle over Anne’s estate has been settled, and her legacy can continue to be cemented.

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