According to People, actor Anne Heche will be taken off life support on Sunday after she suffered a severe anoxic brain injury.

Anne Heche poses at the Roundabout Theatre Company's upcoming benefit performance of ″Twentieth Century″ at Studio 54 on April 29, 2019 in New York City.

Anne Heche is posing for a picture at the Roundabout Theatre Company's upcoming benefit performance.

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She will be taken off of life support after a match was found for her organs.

She was declared brain dead on Friday, but remained on life support as she was evaluated to possibly donate her organs.

A spokesman for the actress said earlier this week that Heche had suffered a lot of injuries.

The Los Angeles police said on Thursday that they wouldn't continue the investigation into her death.

Representatives for Heche have been contacted by Forbes.

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The actress crashed her car into a home in Los Angeles on August 5, sparking a fire. 59 firefighters were called in to extinguish the fire. A Go-Fund-Me was started for the resident of the home. The Los Angeles Police Department confirmed that Heche was driving the car and that it had obtained a search warrant for his blood. There was apresence of a narcotic in Heche's blood test results, but more testing was needed to rule out any substance that was administered at the hospital. Heche won a daytime Emmy in 1991 for her work on Another World. She was nominated for a Tony for her performance in Twentieth Century. Heche had relationships with Ellen Degeneres and James Tupper. Her two sons are Homer and Atlas.

Anne Heche died a week after a car wreck.

The police have closed their investigation into Anne Heche's car crash.