Secret Gary Coleman Will Leaves Almost Everything to Mystery Woman: Report
Shannon Price may not see a dime in the wake of Gary Coleman's May 28 death.
According to Entertainment Tonight, a third will has surfaced which names a new woman, Anna Gray, as executor and sole beneficiary of his estate.
Coleman's agent, Robert Malcom, tells ET Gray became close friends with the child star after meeting him in 1997. She even stayed in Coleman's home for several months (in a separate bedroom) before being named the CEO of Coleman's corporation. Once the actor met Price, they relocated to Utah in 2005.
"When Shannon moved in, the relationship got difficult because Shannon didn't like the fact that there was somebody else in his life," Malcom tells ET. "Of course, he sided with [Shannon], and Anna was asked to leave."
In the 23 page document, Coleman states that he wishes "to be cremated and that there be no funeral service, wake, or other ceremony memorializing my passing."
In the event that Gray would not survive him, Coleman left his Lionel train collection to three different train shops in California.
On Tuesday, Price told ET that she planned to scatter Coleman's ashes around some train tracks. "I think he would really appreciate that I did that for him," she said.
But Us Weekly has reported the couple -- who wed in 2007 and divorced in 2008 -- often fought over his train hobby.
"He once bought her a train set as a gift," Jordan Prentice, his co-star on his last film, Midgets vs. Mascots, told Us. "She was furious."
Noticeably absent from the will? Ex-wife Price, who he had not yet married when the will was written, and his estranged parents, Sue and Willie Coleman.