Anne Heche's Hubby Gets Custody

A Los Angeles Superior Court judge awarded the actress' estranged husband, Coley Laffoon, primary physical custody of their five-year-old son, Homer, and an unspecified amount of child support.

Heche, who's headed back to Vancouver next month to start shooting the second season of Men in Trees, will have alternate weekend visits with the boy.

A source told E! News, however, that Laffoon—who was originally gunning for $33,000 a month in spousal and child support to maintain the "marital standard of living" to which he had become accustomed—got "far below his original demands."
The freelance videographer and stay-at-home dad, who filed for divorce in February, petitioned the court in early May for joint legal custody and primary physical custody of Homer, stating in his filing that Heche had "poor parenting skills" and had exhibited "bizarre and delusional behavior" that made him wary of leaving Homer in her care.
Laffoon alleged that he was the one who had created a stable home life for Homer and requested that Heche be required to undergo a psychological evaluation.


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