Source: Crazy Days and Nights
This former A- list actress who is best known for faking a relationship and having a character in a movie based on her thirst for fame, once smashed the car windows of what she thought was a car belonging to the woman having an affair with her then boyfriend.
Turns out it was the wrong car.
Played Daisy in Bowfinger
Anne Heche: My lesbian love killed my career – but then I met a man
After her relationship with Ellen DeGeneres ended, the star hit rock bottom. Now she’s back on top, writes Gill Pringle.
Fourteen years ago Anne Heche appeared to have Hollywood at her feet.
It was 1997 and the Emmy Award-winning 28-year-old had four successive blockbusters filling cinema seats: Donnie Brasco opposite Al Pacino and Johnny Depp; Volcano with Tommy Lee Jones; I Know What You Did Last Summer; and – still her greatest critical triumph – Wag the Dog with Robert De Niro and Dustin Hoffman.
Then she guest-starred on the sitcom Ellen, fell head over heels in love with its star, Ellen DeGeneres, and watched the roles dry up.
She had suddenly become one half of the world’s most famous lesbian couple and, as many cynics noted, her public profile took a giant leap as a result.
But if she was attempting to profit from the union, the stunt backfired; her career floundered in inverse proportion to her tabloid notoriety.
By the spring of 2000 her relationship with DeGeneres was in ruins and so was her career.
On 19 August 2000, the day after ending her three-year affair with DeGeneres, a dazed and scantily clad Heche knocked on the door of a stranger’s home in Fresno, California.
She requested a shower, declared herself to be God and offered to take everyone back to heaven in her spaceship.
The press had a field day. Heche, meanwhile, suffered a psychotic breakdown and looked destined never to deliver on her youthful promise. – Source