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Split Spat: Anne Heche Blasts Hubby's "Bizarre" "Lies"

Anne Heche's estranged husband — who filed for divorce in February, shortly after word spread of Heche's involvement with Men in Trees costar James Tupper — is seeking some $33,000 in monthly child support and primary custody of their 5-year-old son, Homer. In court papers obtained by People, Coley Laffoon states his case by claiming that "[Heche] has at times exhibited bizarre and delusional behavior for which she refuses to seek professional help," and due to her "busy schedule" lensing Trees in Vancouver, "[has] little time... to spend time with Homer." Heche's own court filing counters that Laffoon has failed to hit the want ads since leaving his videographer job to play stay-at-home dad, and "has resorted to lies with the court because Anne would not cave in to his astronomical money demands," which she says started at $45K. Hey, Anne. Me, Homer, a stack of Dora DVDs and an endless supply of Pirate Booty — all for a mere $25,000 a month. (Just let me tease the mu...

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Anne Heche's estranged husband - who filed for divorce in February, shortly after word spread of Heche's involvement with Men in Trees costar James Tupper - is seeking some $33,000 in monthly child support and primary custody of their 5-year-old son, Homer. In court papers obtained by People, Coley Laffoon states his case by claiming that "[Heche] has at times exhibited bizarre and delusional behavior for which she refuses to seek professional help," and due to her "busy schedule" lensing Trees in Vancouver, "[has] little time... to spend time with Homer."
Heche's own court filing counters that Laffoon has failed to hit the want ads since leaving his videographer job to play stay-at-home dad, and "has resorted to lies with the court because Anne would not cave in to his astronomical money demands," which she says started at $45K.
Hey, Anne. Me, Homer, a stack of Dora DVDs and an endless supply of Pirate Booty - all for a mere $25,000 a month. (Just let me tease the munchkin with the the occasional Simpsons reference.)