Economic times are tight right now for Anne Heche, too.
The actress says she can no longer afford to pay nearly $15,000-a-month in child and spousal support because she's unemployed after the cancellation of her show "Men in Trees."
"I am continuing to look for work, but I have no offers pending and the impending strike by the Screen Actors Guild reduces my prospects for work even further," Heche, 38, writes in court papers, according to People magazine and other reports.
A judge on Wednesday gave her a temporary break, saying she didn't have to pay her next support payment to her ex-husband Coley Laffoon, 34, covering the month of July. But Superior Court Judge Gail Ruderman Feuer ordered the actress to provide updated income and expense information, People reported.
In a court declaration, Heche indicated that she can no longer afford to pay the $14,798 in monthly support, along with private school tuition for her 6-year-old son Homer, the mortgage on her house in Canada where "Men in Trees filmed," rent on her Los Angeles home and car expenses.
"Since January 18, 2008, I have been unemployed and had no income from employment except for one very short-term contract for a movie role for which I received a total of $65,00, approximately the amount I received for one episode of 'Men in Trees," she writes.
She adds: "I do receive some residuals from previous acting work. However, the amounts are nominal and are offset by recurring business expenses that must be paid whether or not I am working."