The owner of the salon where the late Anne Heche had her car accident selfie taken has spoken out about being one of the last people the actor saw, in a tearful interview.
After crashing her car into a Los Angeles home earlier this month, Heche tragically passed away from smoke inhalation and thermal injuries.
On August 5, the day of her accident, Heche had stopped by Glass Hair on Venice Beach to purchase a red wig. Richard Glass, the salon’s proprietor, took a selfie with the actress and posted it to Instagram with the caption, “So I met @anneheche today and she purchased a #redwig so random…”
Glass was unable to save the actress from death, and he broke down in a video posted by TMZ on Friday (19 August).
‘ A part of me feels like I should have tried harder. As if she were put in my path by the universe so that I could have an effect on her. In addition, I regret not doing everything in my power to keep her safe and sound at home.
He continued, “I’m extremely emotional about it because it’s just wearing on my heart. This woman really needed my assistance, and I wasn’t there for her nearly enough.
He expressed his distress over the allegations that he had supplied Heche with cocaine and fentanyl while in tears. According to the toxicology report, Heche had cocaine and possibly fentanyl in his system.
It’s true that some folks are genuinely nice. “There are some people who are just evil,” he said. The truth is, “I’ve never tried drugs of any kind. Not me, though. No, I’m not like that.
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