Anne Heche said she can no longer afford the $15,000 per month child support bill now that Men In Trees has been cancelled,
“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.”
Heche, 38, recently stated. On Wednesday, she was granted a temporary break from paying her ex-husband, Coley Laffoon, until August. However, she is ordered to provide updated income and expense information until that time.
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Anne stated that she has too many expenses beyond paying child support for her 6 year-old son Homer,
“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 added: “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.”