Anne Heche’s ex Thomas Jane files a lawsuit against her estate over a $150,000 loan

Anne Heche’s ex-boyfriend Thomas Jane has filed a lawsuit against the late actress’ estate over an unpaid $150,000 loan.

In court documents obtained by People, Jane, 53, alleges the late multiple Emmy award winner borrowed $157,000 from him before her death in August.

The lawsuit alleges that Heche, who died at the age of 53, agreed to repay the money in monthly installments of $10,000 beginning in August 2021.

According to court documents obtained by the outlet, Jane’s attorneys allege that the late actress did not pay him back the full amount – and claim he still owes $149,106.04. He is also seeking $18.77 per day in growing interest.

Jane claimed that his former “Hung” co-star “didn’t make any further payments” after the first two installments.

The filing states that Heche was to keep The Punisher actor updated on upcoming professional work.

Anne Heche arrives at HBO "hung" Season 2 premiered on June 23, 2010 in Hollywood, California.
Anne Heche reportedly agreed to repay the loaned amount in monthly installments of $10,000.

The Post has reached out to Heche’s estate for comment.

Page Six revealed the couple’s relationship back in April 2019.

Heche tragically passed away earlier this year after a horrific accident. She never regained consciousness after crashing into a Los Angeles home in her blue Mini Cooper on August 5.

Heche went into a coma shortly after the accident and remained in critical condition until she was taken off life support.

After news of her death broke, Jane offered his “thoughts and prayers” in a statement to the Daily Mail. Anne Heche’s ex Thomas Jane files a lawsuit against her estate over a $150,000 loan

Emma Bowman

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