Crazy Anne Heche is at it again. This time, the from-another-planet actress is claiming that she is hurting for cash. So much so, that she can no longer pay spousal and child support to her ex-husband, Coley Laffoon. Anne says that since her last television show, Men In Trees, was canceled, she is just scrounging to live.
"Since January 18, 2008, I have been unemployed and had no income from employment except for one very short-term contract for a movie role for which I received a total of $65,00, approximately the amount I received for one episode of Men In Trees," she wrote in court documents. "I do receive some residuals from previous acting work. However, the amounts are nominal and are offset by recurring business expenses that must be paid whether or not I am working."
Anne has been shelling out $14,798 in monthly support, plus private school tuition for her 6-year-old son Homer, the mortgage on her house in Canada where Men In Trees filmed, rent on her Los Angeles home and car expenses.
"I am continuing to look for work, but I have no offers pending and the impending strike by the Screen Actors Guild reduces my prospects for work even further," Anne's court documents said.
Hmm. That's a tough one -- all those trips to planet Loony are costly.
Wait -- I have an idea! Send your kid to public school, sell your house in Canada, rent a an inexpensive apartment in Los Angeles and take the bus. Problem solved.