The Police Have Declared the Crash Involving Anne Heche a Criminal Investigation!
After slamming her car into a residence in the Los Angeles region last week, which then caught fire, actress Anne Heche is now being probed for felony DUI, according to the police. The incident took place last week.
According to LAPD Officer Jeff Lee, who spoke to CNN about the inquiry, the initial investigation was for a misdemeanor DUI; however, the findings of a blood draw from Heche plus the news that someone was injured inside the home have raised the matter to a felony.
According to Lee, who was present at the scene, “her blood revealed evidence of intoxication, and that is why it is now being investigated as a felony traffic collision.”
According to Lee, a woman who was there in the house at the time of the collision sustained relatively minor injuries but went on to seek medical assistance.
Officer Annie Hernandez elaborated further by saying, “The findings of the blood draw showed a presence of narcotics but additional testing is required to rule out any substances that were delivered in the hospital.”
According to a spokesman for the actress, Heche is still in the hospital, and her condition is described as “critical.”
“She has serious lung damage that requires her to be ventilated with a machine, and she also has burns that require her to undergo surgery.
The Grossman Burn Center is currently providing her with treatment for her injuries “CNN was provided with a statement on Monday from a spokeswoman for Heche.
How Much Is Anne Heche Worth?
The net worth of Anne Heche, an American actress, writer, director, and producer, is $4 million.
Heche has appeared in over 80 films and television series, including “Volcano” (1997), “Six Days, Seven Nights” (1998), “Psycho” (1998), “John Q.” (2002), “Cedar Rapids” (2011), and “My Friend Dahmer (2017); and “Another World” (1987–1991), “Ally McBeal” (2001), “Everwood” (2004–2005), “Save Me” (2013), and “The Brave” (2017–2018).
Anne portrayed Marin Frist on ABC’s “Men in Trees” (2006–2008) and Jessica Haxon on HBO’s “Hung” (2009–2011). In 2020, she placed thirteenth on “Dancing with the Stars.” Heche co-created and executive produced the NBC sitcom “Bad Judge,” which aired from 2014 to 2015.
In addition to directing “Ellen DeGeneres: American Summer Documentary” (2001), she also produced “The Dead Will Tell” (2004) and her NBC sitcom “Save Me.”
Anne has been on Broadway in “Proof” (2002–2003) and “Twentieth Century” (2004), for which she was nominated for a Tony Award for Best Actress in a Play. In 2001, Heche published the book “Call Me Crazy: A Memoir.”