Gary Wayne Coleman who was born on February 8, 1968 in Zion Illinois to unknown parents because he was adopted by W.G Coleman who was a fork-lift operator and Edmonia Sue who was a nurse practitioner However, due to focal segmental glomerulosclerosis (a congenital chronic kidney disease), and the corticosteroids and other medications used to treat it. His growth was limited to 4 ft 8 inches tall, and his face retained a childlike appearance well into adulthood. He also underwent two unsuccessful kidney transplants in 1973 and 1984, and required frequent dialysis, oh yes.
But getting to the point here, as we all know Gary Coleman from the 70’s tv show Different Strokes from playing the role of Arnold Jackson and his many other roles. Well, like you’d just saw in the clip Gary had a million dollar fortune that went all the back to the 70’s, so when he’d started his career off in a Harris Bank commercial in 1974 at the age of 8yrs and then landing a role in Different Strokes 4 years later. Now, what suppose to have had happen is that a child’s actor funds suppose to be put in a trust fund of some kind and then given to him at an appropriate age. Well, it seems that didn’t happen for Gary.
He was warned by a friend that his parents were stealing his money and he had no fortune waiting for him. You see, Dion Mial was also Colemans manager. Of-course his parents alleged he brainwashed the actor against them, suggesting they’re the ones who spent his millions. Mial, however, said he was concerned for Coleman and was only looking out for him. So, some years later in 1989 at the age of 21 when a child supposed to inherit those millions out of their trust fund. It however turned up empty and short. Coleman sued his parents in 1989, claiming that they’d misappropriated his money. Meanwhile, four years later, a judge ruled in Coleman’s favor, oh yes.
You see, this wouldn’t be the first time a childhood actor to have done this. Macaulay Culkin sued his parents as well. Of-course upon him doing that his career hasn’t ever been the same again.
It was told, that was one of the reasons why Michael Jackson and he were so close, they both had greedy parasites as parents. But the difference is Michael overcame it, Macaulay didn’t. It was allegedly revealed that his parents black-balled him, I know sick. With that being said, that brings me to Gary Coleman’s death. So, let’s get dark…
Let’s Get Dark
Now, the speculation of Gary’s weird death started after he was admitted to Utah Valley Regional Medical Center in Provo, Utah, in critical condition, now listen carefully.
He was admitted after falling down the stairs at his home in Santaquin and hitting his head, claiming that he may have had another seizure, and also suffering an epidural hematoma. Which means that he’d suffered from a traumatic brain injury in which occurs between mater and the skull. Meaning that this happened after he fell down the stairs. Now, according to a hospital, Coleman was conscious and lucid the next morning. But his condition subsequently worsened. They don’t know how, it happened over night.
You see, not to long before Coleman’s death in 2009, Coleman and his ex-wife were involved in a domestic dispute. After which Shannon Price his wife for only one year was arrested on suspicion of domestic violence. But they’d charge both parties with disorderly conduct. Then in January 2010, months before his death, Coleman was arrested again on an outstanding domestic assault warrant in Santaquin, and then was booked into the Utah County Jail, but he was released the following day. Then a month later he was pushed, I mean fell down the steps, you make the call. Oh, before you make the call keep this in your thoughts. You see not to long before he’d appeared in Divorce Court, take a look…
Oh, in that Clip, she lied, he may have had temper, but she was the abusive one. She wanted kids and a guaranteed money train, and Gary wasn’t having it. He knew what she was up too.
You all know that Gary was a candidacy for governor, oh yes. He was very smart. Well, that’s it tell me your thoughts below