Was the plug pulled on late Diff’rent Strokes star Gary Coleman without his consent?
Gary Coleman wanted to prolong his life for as long as possible and did not want to be taken off life support if he was ever in that position. In 2006 legal documents unearthed this week, Gary made a specific request to be kept on life support for at least 15 days.
“I want my life to be prolonged as long as possible within the limits of generally accepted health care standards,” Entertainment Tonight quotes the former child star as writing.
Willie and Sue Coleman — the long-estranged parents of late child star Gary Coleman — appeared on The TODAY Show Friday to share their thoughts on Gary’s passing, their relationship with the son’s former wife — Shannon Price, and to clear up reports that they mismanaged the Diff’rent Strokes star’s multimillion dollar fortune.
In 1989, Gary sued his parents and a former business manager, claiming the three stole most of his $18 million fortune, leaving him in financial ruin.
How much money does it take to convince a woman to sell her soul? If your name is Shannon Price, just $10,000. Gary Coleman’s ex-wife is reportedly behind the sale of gruesome photos of the TV star in hospital – including one of his dead body. In a shocking new development, according to PopEater moles, the sad images were purchased by GLOBE for $10,000 and will likely appear on the cover of an upcoming issue of the supermarket tab.
Although Big Red denies it, TMZ.com is emphatic that Gary Coleman’s odd ex-wife — Shannon Price — is behind the sale of gruesome photos of the TV star as he lay dying in a Utah hospital last month, including one taken after his death.
Shame on you, Shannon. What a heartless, money-grubbing little beast!! Poor Gary — did anyone ever really love him?
Gary Coleman’s ex-wife has responded angrily to rumors that she may have played a sinister hand in the former child star’s death. Shannon Price — the 24-year-old redhead who wed Coleman after a brief courtship n 2007 — is taking the campaign to clear her name to tabloid TV; Price will sit down with entertainment journalist Kevin Hart in a five-part interview to begin airing on Entertainment Tonight Monday.