American actress Anne Heshe “You shouldn’t survive” after suffering a severe brain injury A car accident in Los Angeles last weekthe American press reported.
The accident resulted in Heck, 53, falling into a coma with a “severe brain injury due to lack of oxygen,” according to a statement by one of his representatives, carried by several media outlets.
“It has always been her choice to donate her organs, and she is kept on life support machines to determine if any are viable,” the statement said.
Her representative also thanked Heche’s supporters, as well as those looking after the actress at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills Hospital.
The statement added, “Ann had a big heart and influenced everyone she met with her kind soul.”
“More than her extraordinary talent, she has spread kindness and joy as her life’s work. People will remember her for her brave honesty and she will be sorely missed for her light.”
It should be noted that Anne Heche has been in a coma since her car crashed into a two-story house in the Mar Vista neighborhood on August 5. The Los Angeles police later said they would order Heche to perform the blood tests and that investigators intended to “show this case to the appropriate attorney general,” though they did not specify the charge.
However, local media reported on the same day that the initial tests had been positive for the drug. Even expert and sensationalist website TMZ, citing police sources, confirmed that Heche had done it Tested positive for cocaine And fentanyl.
Heche excelled in movies in the ’90s, in movies like Six Days and Seven Nights and Donnie Brasco and I Know What You Did Last Summer. She is also known for being involved in Another World, for which she won a Daytime Emmy Award in 1991.
During the 1990s, he was in a relationship with talk show host Ellen DeGeneres.
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