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Gary Coleman’s ex-wife Shannon Price is one shady a*s skeez… as evidenced by the deathbed photos published by Globe Magazine this morning. With blood spatter experts suggesting Coleman may have been murdered, shouldn’t she be the prime suspect? Pop the hood for details

A photo of Gary Coleman on his death bed was published this morning by The Globe tabloid magazine. The picture shows Coleman in a hospital bed with a bandaged head and tubes attached to his body while his ex-wife Shannon Price poses next to him!

Price is believed to have sold the pictures to the tabloid for $10,000. The release of his dying photos is the latest in the bizarre incidents surrounding his death including an interview where his estranged wife told Entertainment Tonight her plans to,

“Spread some of [his ashes] around some train tracks because trains were his hobby and he loved that very much. And I think that he would really appreciate that I did that for him.”

Several higher end magazines reportedly refused to buy the tasteless photos before the Globe purchased them.

The latest issue of the Globe also promises a look into evidence that Coleman may have been murked…

Sitcom legend Gary Coleman was the victim of shocking foul play, a top investigator says after examining blood splatter evidence found at the pint-sized actor’s Utah home after he was discovered lying on the kitchen floor with a gaping head wound.

SMH… that 911 call says it all

Meanwhile, if her recent behavior is any indication, she may need to stay away from Coleman’s wake. According to Salt Lake Tribune reports, in his last known will and testament the “Diff’rent Strokes” actor didn’t want anyone to attend his wake who is only interested in his money.

The will, which was drafted April 5, 1999, names his former manager, Dion Mial, as the executor. The document was filed for probate in 4th District Court in Provo on Tuesday.

The brief two-page document, obtained by The Salt Lake Tribune Tuesday, outlines that Coleman be cremated and that a wake be held in his honor. It specifies that the service be “conducted by those who have had no financial ties to me and can look each other in the eyes and say they really cared personally for Gary Coleman.”

The final wish of the actor is that his personal representative “permit no members of the press to be present at my wake or funeral.”

Coleman also bequeaths his entire estate to Mial, of Los Angeles. Should Mial be unable to act as executor, the will appoints his sister, Monique Madrid Marcum to serve in his place.

The court is now expected to post a “notice to interested parties” alerting those connected with the estate that the will has been entered as probate. Traditionally, anyone who wishes to contest the will has 10 days to respond.

The actor’s ex-wife, Shannon Price, 24, has claimed through a representative that she plans to fight the will. An amendment to the document, known as a codicil, was handwritten by Coleman in 2007 shortly after the couple were married and apparently gives all remaining assets to her.

But Mial’s Salt Lake City attorney, Kent B. Alderman, states that the codicil is not valid because the couple had been divorced in 2008 and had not since remarried.

Meanwhile, Price was seeking out an attorney Tuesday. Her spokeswoman, Sheilia Erickson said that police barred Price’s family from taking personal belongings from Coleman’s Santaquin house Monday.

A Santaquin police officer arrived at the home as Price’s father was loading a truck with things from the home.

“He [the officer] said the truck was to be unloaded and put back into the garage,” Erickson said. “They were loading the truck with her arts and crafts, her clothing and her personal belongings, even though Shannon does own the deed to the house.”

Sounds like the police didn’t want her removing any potential evidence. This broad is looking and sounding guilty as hell.

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