Anne Heche is unlikely to recover from a severe brain injury

Anne Heche is unlikely to recover from a severe brain injury ...

Anne Heche, an Emmy winner, may be in her final days.

After her car accident last week, a rep for the actress told outlets that she is still in serious condition.

Anne suffered a severe anoxic brain injury as a result of her accident and is in critical condition, according to the rep. She isn't expected to survive.

The rep continued, It has long been her choice to donate her organs, and she is being kept on life support to assess if any are viable. We want to express our sincere thanks to everyone for their kind wishes and prayers for Anne's recovery, as well as the dedicated staff and wonderful nurses that cared for Anne at the Grossman Burn Center at West Hills hospital.

As reported by ABC News, Heche had narcotics in her system at the time of the crash. Heche sustained a significant pulmonary injury that required mechanical ventilation and surgery, and has not recovered consciousness since the accident.

Anne had a tremendous heart and touched everyone she met with her generous spirit, especially spreading kindness and joy as her life's work, especially instilling acceptance of who you love. She will be greatly missed for her courageous honesty.

Heche will appear in the Lifetime film Girl in Room 13, which is released this autumn.

Anne is in serious condition, according to many of you. We here at Lifetime are deeply concerned for her and all of those who have been affected, according to Amy Winter, executive vice president and head of programming at Lifetime, earlier this week. We hope that her friends and family will remain strong during this difficult time. You know just as much as we do, and we request that you refrain from enquiring about her health.

She will also star in the horror comedy Full Ride alongside Dermot Mulroney, and she has directed episodes of Sam Levinson and The Weeknds HBO series The Idol.

From her marriage to Coley Laffoon, the actress has a 13-year-old son Atlas with his former partner James Tupper, as well as a 20-year-old son Homer.