Provo, Utah - A Utah attorney has come forward and claimed that Gary Coleman had a will naming an old friend as executor of his estate, meaning his parents don't have a say in how his body or his estate will be disposed of.
Coleman had the will drawn up in 1999 and supposedly names Dion Mial as his executor. Some rumors suggest Mial was romantically involved with Coleman at the time, as he helped manage Coleman's career. However, reading further into the will indicates that another person was the object of Coleman's desire, Stripper Bubbles LaRue.
Records indicate that Bubbles LaRue was 40 and Coleman was 30 when he met her in a seedy Vegas strip joint in 1998. Gary was down on his luck and LaRue came over to his table to introduce herself after the show and they struck up a conversation. From then on, Bubbles and Coleman were inseparable.
Said a close Coleman friend, "Bubbles was older than Gary, but she was still striking. Everything about her was big, big hair, big heart, big smile, big bosoms. Gary liked it all. Best of all Bubbles didn't try to take advantage of Coleman like other people."
Sources indicate that the attorneys for Coleman's estate are trying to contact Bubbles LaRue who, at age 52, is still bumping and grinding away at Vegas' Chi-Chi Room, home of the nightly "Arriba!" Party, complete with strategically-placed bananas and other nutritious fruits.