Anne Heche loses custody of her son

Superficial / June 12, 2007

Anne Heche’s estranged husband, Coley Laffoon, has been awarded primary custody of their five-year-old son by a Los Angeles Superior Court judge. Laffoon, a stay at home dad, was asking for $33,000 a month in spousal and child support to maintain the “marital standard of living” to which he had become accustomed but got “far below his original demands.” In the court battled he alleged that Heche was insane and that he was the one who created a stable home life for their son. Heche fired back:

… that, yes, Laffoon might spend more time at home than she does, but only because she’s out earning a living and home is where he could engage in his favorite hobbies–playing ping-pong, playing poker, checking out online porn and masturbating.

This guy sounds like a tremendous winner. I don’t know if you can believe this, but he quit his $6,000-a-year career as a video photographer to raise their son. I mean, wow, he just walked away from all that money. What sacrifice. It takes an extraordinary amount of character to leave that kind of money so you can play ping-pong and masturbate to online porn all day. Abraham Lincoln could really learn something from this guy.