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Thomas Jane, formerly of Ann Hatch, made a claim against her estate for debt

Thomas Jane, formerly of Ann Hatch, made a claim against her estate for debt

Ann HecheIts ex filed a claim against Thomas Jane Property of late actressFor loan repayments over $150K.


In a new court filing obtained by PEOPLE, Jane’s lawyer — who was the first Romantically links Heche In 2019 – alleged that he loaned the actress $157,000 and still owed $149,106.04. He is asking $18.77 per day for compounding interest.


Jane claimed Heche—who later died Involved in a car accident August 5 in Los Angeles – previously agreed to repay the loan in monthly installments of $10,000 starting in August 2021. However, he alleged that after the first two instalments, he “did not make any further payments”, the claim said.




Jane, 53, claims she now owes $137,000 in principal, $9,814.79 in interest (as of Nov. 8) and $2,291.85 in late charges, according to court filings.


As part of their agreement, Jane alleged that Heche was supposed to notify her of upcoming professional work and receive a payment of 30% of her earnings when she paid more than $15,000.


Lawyers for Heche and Jane did not immediately return PEOPLE’s request for comment.


Jane after Heche’s death made a statement per Daily Mailoffering his “thoughts and prayers” and to Heche “One of the true geniuses of his generation.


RELATED VIDEO: Estate of Ann Heche sued for $2M by woman whose home was destroyed in crash




Jane’s filing is the latest claim against Heche’s estate. Last week, a woman whose house was destroyed in the actress’ fatal accident sought compensation from the estate.


According to documents obtained by PEOPLE, Lynn MichelIts attorneys filed the documents Nov. 9 in Superior Court of California, Los Angeles County. “At least $2 million” in damages is being sought “negligence,” “inflicted emotional distress” and “grace.”


According to the filing, Michelle — who is John and Jennifer Durand At the time of the accident – said he was “working from home when he was stunned by the dramatic force of Hatch’s vehicle, crashing into the front wall and driving through the living room, kitchen, home office and primary bedroom. The laundry/storage room of his home.”


The document also notes that “the front end of the vehicle, incredibly, came to a stop just feet away from the plaintiff and her pets: two dogs named Bree and Reuben and a turtle named Marley.”




“By the grace of God, the plaintiff and her three pets barely escaped physical injury from the car accident,” the document added, describing Michelle as “terrified, severely traumatized, and homeless” as a result of the accident.


According to In a previous report by PeopleThe Los Angeles Fire Department said the crash caused “structural compromise” and “heavy fire” in the one-story home.


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Heche was driving a Mini Cooper when he crashed into the single-story home. The residence caught fire, and Heche was hospitalized and intubated. he Consciousness did not return. He has since died An accident rule.


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