Gary Colemanâ€™s death has been ruled accidental. The â€œDiffâ€™rent Strokesâ€ actor had fallen in his Santaquin house on May 26th. The court and Santaquin police and an autopsy all determined that the Gary Coleman fall was accidental.
Many wonder how the death can be ruled accidental, after Shannon Price listened to a dying Coleman while on the phone with a 911 operator. She refused to help her ex-husband, because helping him might cause her to have a seizure.
Two days after Colemanâ€™s â€œaccidentalâ€ death, Shannon Price made the decision to remove her ex-husband off of life support. This was another crazy move on her part. When a person loves someone it is exceedingly difficult to remove them from life support. Normally, this life or death scenario is a traumatizing decision.
Price even posed smiling with the dying Coleman, while he was on life support. She then cremated his body, after first asking for money from Gary Colemanâ€™s fans.
Shannon Price and Gary Coleman had a secret divorce in 2008, but the couple lived as if they were still married. Price is petitioning for Colemanâ€™s estate being she was his common law wife. Anna Gray, Gary Colemanâ€™s ex-girlfriend, is claiming that she has 2005 documents that award her the â€œDiffâ€™rent Strokesâ€ actorâ€™s estate.
It is a disgusting and horrifying situation to have people fighting for a deceased personâ€™s estate. Let Gary Coleman rest in peace, and give his estate to his parents, for goodness sakes.
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