Anne Heche made headlines after her car crashed into a home in California. The actress suffered severe burns as a result of the horrific car wreck. It appears that she was under the influence of substance at the time of car crash.
According to law enforcement officials, Anne Heche was under the influence of cocaine and maybe fentanyl when she slammed her car into a house last Friday. She was not drunk at the time. LAPD officials told TMZ that the police examined the blood they took after Anne was taken to the hospital and discovered fentanyl in addition to cocaine.
To ascertain whether fentanyl was in her system at the time of the crash, more testing and inquiry are required. According to our sources, fentanyl is occasionally used as a pain reliever in hospitals. It was also reported that Anne’s condition is critical and has not gotten any better since being admitted to the hospital.
As we previously reported, Anne is in critical condition and has been fighting for her life. Last Friday in a residential part of Los Angeles, Anne was travelling at a very high speed in her Mini Cooper when she drove into a car, a garage, and then a house, starting a fire that left her with serious burns.
The Emmy Award-winning actress almost struck a woman before hitting another vehicle. According to an LAPD officer, Anne Heche will be charged with a hit and run if she was intoxicated at the time of the fiery crash. We will continue covering this story here at Thirsty.
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