Anne Heche's ex says she's "bizarre and delusional"

Things are getting ugly between Anne Heche and her estranged husband Coley Laffoon. In papers filed in LA Superior Court, Laffoon is seeking at least $33,000 a month in child support as well as primary support of the former couple's 5-year-old son Homer. "Clearly, [Heche's] anger toward me has clouded her ability to think rationally about what is in Homer's best interest," Laffoon says in the documents. "[She] has at times exhibited bizarre and delusional behavior for which she refuses to seek professional help... Due to [her] lack of attention to Homer's needs and poor parenting skills, Homer's emotional stability has been detrimentally affected." Laffoon, who gave up his $6,000-a-year career as a videographer to raise Homer, says Heche earns $81,000 per episode for Men in Trees, and that because the show is filmed in Vancouver, she has "little time available from her busy schedule to spend time with Homer." Laffoon says that during a trip to NYC to appear on the Letterman show, Heche called him to say she "did not know where she was and that she needed help. She sounded confused. I was extremely frightened for her safety," and that when she returned home, she "acted as if nothing ever happened" and "never acknowledged the seriousness of her actions." Since their split in February, Heche has been romantically linked to her Men in Trees co-star James Tupper.

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