While Anne Heche continues to recover in the hospital from her fiery car crash, she's getting support from a few Hollywood celebrities — and they're getting absolutely reamed for it.
On Saturday, Aug. 6, Alec Baldwin posted an emotional video on Instagram in support of Anne. "She is an amazingly talented woman," he said in the video. "I love you Anne. I love you and I think you are such a talented person. I hope everything is ok. I hope you come through this. My heart goes out to you. I'm sorry you had this tragic thing happen to you, and I'm sending you all my love."
Alec then implored others to "join" him in supporting the actress.
By and large, fans were not jumping aboard the Anne train with Alec.
"She put lives in danger," one person insisted. Another added, "She is lucky she didn't kill anyone."
The comments stem from a bizarre incident on Aug. 5. According to reports, Anne initially crashed her blue Mini Cooper into the garage of a Los Angeles apartment complex around 11 a.m. Video shows residents demanding Anne get out of her car, but she refused. Soon after, she put the damaged car in reverse and sped off. Other videos appear to show her speeding through neighbors and narrowing missing a person. TMZ said she also hit a car during the process.
A few moments after the garage incident, Anne allegedly crashed her car into a home in Los Angeles' Mar Vista area. The crash sparked a fire that engulfed the house. The home is a total loss.
CNN reported on Monday that Anne is being investigated for misdemeanor DUI and hit and run. The report said authorities were able to get a blood draw from Anne on the day of the incident, and they are awaiting the results.
Following Alec's post, some people said they hoped Anne was okay but felt that she has a lot of explaining to do.
"Hope she learned a tough lesson," one person said.
Rosanna Arquette also got a tough reception for publicly supporting Anne.