It was recently announced that Gary Coleman’s estate is trying to sell the house he lived in with his former wife, and ex Shannon Price is not happy about it.
Apparently, just before Gary passed away he told Prices’ rep, Sheila Erickson, that he “wanted [Shannon] to be taken care of” and that “everything goes to her.”
Their marriage was certainly not a typical one, and it sounds like Gary Coleman and Shannon Price had more issues than anyone knew.
The late Coleman’s attorney, Randy Kester, says Price was often abusive toward him, calling him “stupid” and making comments about his height.
She’s tried to come off as the perfect and loving ex-wife of Gary Coleman, but it turns out the late actor had a restraining order against Shannon Price.
Apparently, the “Diff’rent Strokes” actor had taken out the order just months before she took him off life support when she moved into his house against his wishes.
He passed away nearly three weeks ago, and finally Gary Coleman’s remains were cremated in Salt Lake City, Utah yesterday (June 17).
The “Diff’rent Strokes” star will not have a memorial service, funeral, or wake in accordance with his 2005 last will and testament.
She’s fighting for the control over her late ex-husband Gary Coleman’s estate, and yesterday (June 14) Shannon Price was spotted at a Provo, Utah courthouse.
Ms. Price was named as Coleman’s sole heir in his 2007 will, though his former girlfriend Anna Grey is fighting to change that.
Not even a month has gone by since Gary Coleman’s passing, and already things are heating up between Anna Gray and Shannon Price.
As a former girlfriend of Coleman, Gray was named as executor and sole beneficiary of his estate in a 2005 will, and she is now seeking a restraining order against Price.
With officials trying to determine what exactly happened to Gary Coleman, breaking reports that that the late actor's cause of death has been ruled a fall.
With the confirmation coming via the former "Diff'rent Strokes" star's death certificate, it also list chronic renal failure as a contributing factor.
Though they were divorced in 2008, Shannon Price is fighting for control of the estate of her late ex-husband Gary Coleman.
And Ms. Price’s lawyer Mitchell D. Maughan has come out to say that the whole ordeal is having an adverse emotional effect on his client.
In the ongoing saga of Gary Coleman’s last wishes, a new will has been discovered that is drastically different than the other ones.
The new document was reportedly drawn up by a lawyer and is said to change up the financial aspects of Coleman’s estate.
Having passed away just ten days ago, details regarding the final will of actor Gary Coleman have been revealed.
The papers were drafted in 1999 and filed in Provo, Utah on Tuesday (June 8), instructing that the "Diff'rent Strokes" star wishes to be cremated and explaining what's to be done with his assets.