Gary Coleman 's 1999 will names a friend and, apparently, the world's worst manager Dion Mial as executor of the late child star 's estate and specifies that he wanted to be cremated, according to documents filed Tuesday in state court in Utah.
Coleman says in the will that he wanted to be remembered in a wake conducted by people who had no financial ties to him. This immediately ruled out his ex-wife and everyone he ever knew.
Shielia Erickson, a representative of Coleman's ex-wife Shannon "Sell Whatever I Can" Price, said Price believes she has a claim to the estate and planned to meet with her lawyer Tuesday.
Said Price: "I had to live with that little f-cker for 2 years. I spent every night lying next to him, listening to his sobbing. I NEED to be compensated for that."
After making the statement, Price displayed audio tapes of the statement, for sale at $15.00 apiece. These were almost as expensive as her "The Gooch Did It!" T-shirts, which are available at golddiggingmidgetkiller.web