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Tragic actor Gary Coleman's former manager Vic Perillo has sensationally revealed his late client's remains have still yet to be buried or cremated as the first anniversary of the star's death looms.
A representative for the Santaquin Police Department states that the case is closed because there was no evidence of foul play in Coleman's death.
After learning that administrator Robert Jeffs asked judge to be allowed to sell the star's Utah home, Shannon Price is now doing 'everything possible to fight this in court.'
Because Gary's assets are not enough to cover the monthly mortgage payments, Robert Jeffs requests to place the late star's property and an adjacent lot on the market for 324,000 dollars.
Coleman's 'Diff'rent Strokes' co-star Todd Bridges was among those sharing their memories about the late actor during a dinner on Monday, July 12.
In a recent interview, Shannon Price insists physical fights between her and Gary Coleman were tame compared to those of many other couples.
In a February document, the late actor sought a restraining order against Shannon Price because she 'has shown a tendency to damage, destroy and steal' his property.
The executor of his 2005 will granted his request not to bury his body but cremate it privately at Lake Hills Memorial Mortuary.
The ceremony is arranged by an old friend and business partner of Gary Coleman and includes Todd Bridges on the guests list, but shuns estranged parents and ex-wife.
Robert Jeffs, who was recently picked as a special administrator of the late actor's estate, says that there won't be a funeral as stipulated in the actor's 2005 will.
Beside revealing that the late 'Diff'rent Strokes' actor wanted his life 'to be prolonged as long as possible', the death certificate also lists him as being married.
On reports that she has profited from the sale of the late actor's pictures, Shannon Price explains, 'I believe it was a close family member. But I did not authorize anyone to give them to anyone.'
The late actor's former manager has withdrawn from his position as an appointed executioner because of the mess in Coleman's will.
Willie and Edmonia Sue Coleman claim 'there's enough disrespect toward' their son that they will not be part of the estate battle involving Gary's ex-wife.
On Gary's third will which names his friend and former CEO as the one who may stand to inherit everything, Shannon Price's attorney says, 'It is a despicable thing that someone held back this will.'